From mild cases of crooked teeth and protruding teeth, to much more difficult dental problems involving serious malocclusion, overbite, or underbite, Orthodontic treatment can effectively correct a wide variety of dental problems.

Do you or your child have any of these problems?

Protrusion

Protrusion
(Goofy - upper jaw too far forward)

Posterior Crossbite

Posterior Crossbite
(Upper arch too narrow)

Anterior Crossbite

Anterior Crossbite
(Scissor bite arrangement)

Diastema

Diastema
(Spacing)

Complete Class III

Complete Class III
(Lower jaw protrudes forward of upper jaw)

Open Bite

Open Bite
(Teeth don't meet at the front - can be caused by thumb sucking)

Crowding

Crowding
(Overlapping teeth)

Anterior Crossbite

Anterior Crossbite
(With forward displacement)

Bruxism

Bruxism
(Tooth wear)

Open Bite

Open Bite
(Teeth don't meet at the front)

Deep Bite

Deep Bite
(Top teeth overlap lower teeth)

Periodontal Problems

Periodontal Problems
(gum disease)

Other problems:

X-rays may be required. These x-rays help the orthodontist to discover any problems that cannot be seen by physically looking into your mouth or at your face.

Panoramic radiograph
Skull or facial x-ray
Intra-oral or mini x-ray of the teeth
  • Slow growing teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Speech problems
  • Eating problems
  • Thumb sucking
  • Not seen an orthodontist before

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