The term "malocclusion of the teeth" refers to a noticeable departure from the usual occlusion. This indicates that the teeth are not properly aligned, necessitating the use of a bite correction procedure.In general, teeth should not be crowded or have large gaps and should fit comfortably in your mouth. The top jaw should slightly overhang the bottom one.
When teeth are out of place, they can frequently cause functional issues for the individual who has them, which, if addressed, can also result in issues with oral and digestive health.
Bite problems might manifest in the following ways:
• Blowback bite
• Open mouth
A malocclusion can frequently cause a person to notice changes in their face look. Additionally, they could experience mouth breathing difficulties, pain or discomfort while eating, tongue or cheek biting, or communication issues. Since this disorder is frequently inherited, prevention is challenging.
The structure and shape of the jaw can be altered by a number of situations or habits, including the following:
• Continuous use of dummies
• Damage or injuries to the face or teeth
• Bad oral hygiene
Following techniques can be used to fix bite issues:
• Brackets usage
• Taking away teeth that are overcrowding the mouth
• Using dental bonding or crowns to restructure the teeth
• Mouth surgery allowing the jaws to meet in the correct position for improved functionality and appearance
An orthodontist with expertise in braces is the ideal person to diagnose any bite problems. You might feel more at ease after having your bite treated. Knowing that your smile is more visually beautiful and that problems with communication and eating have been fixed may boost your confidence.
Our orthodontists at Smile Hub Dental Clinic, can treat issues with teeth alignment using a variety of techniques. Our staff will sit down with you for a consultation to go over your choices for improving your bite or teeth alignment. Invisalign, orthodontic operations including jaw surgery, and general dentistry procedures to correct bite abnormalities are some of these choices. For the best of treatments, contact us today!