Common Problems

Upper Front Teeth Protrusion

Functioning of your teeth can have a great influence with upper front teeth protrusion. This bite occurs when the lower teeth do not extend far enough forward and the upper teeth extend far forward.

Overbite

In this bite, your upper front teeth will extend out on your lower front teeth. Due to this, it may sometimes result in the lower front teeth to bite into the mouth roof

Crossbite

Upper teeth sit inside lower teeth that can cause misaligned jaw growth and tooth stratification.

Openbite

Appropriate chewing is influenced by this type of bite, wherein the upper and lower front teeth do not overlap. An openbite can result in a number of unwanted habits, including tongue thrusting.

Crowding

This can occur when tooth has an insufficient room to erupt from the gum but it can be corrected just by expansion, and at many times, without a tooth removal.

Spacing

Spacing can be caused by missed teeth and can also be an aesthetic or a cosmetic issue.

Dental Midlines not Matched properly

The un-matching Dental Midlines are caused when your back bite does not fit properly, that may negatively influence a proper dental function.