What is wrong with my teeth?

With many different types of malocclusion (bad bite), orthodontists use universal terms to communicate with each other in order to provide the best possible care for all patients.

Consultation with an Orthodontist

On your initial visit we have to decide exactly what the problem is with your teeth and "bite". It may just be that you have a problem of crowded teeth, a problem with positioning of either the top or bottom jaws or a combination of both.

The Anatomy of the Smile

A balanced smile is a beautiful smile. There are different factors which make up the anatomy of the smile including the broadness of the smile, the smile arc and the amount of gum on display.

Straight teeth - What should they look like?

There is no normal smile because everyone has a different tooth shape, size and bone structure. This is why it is important to assess straight teeth on the basis of 32 adult, healthy, working teeth arranged correctly in the upper and lower jaws. We can provide you with a beautiful healthy smile.

Problems to watch for in Adults and Childrens teeth

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.

Problems that can be found on x-rays?

X-rays are used to investigate problems with the jaws and teeth which can not be physically seen just by looking in the mouth. X-rays are taken at consultations when necessary so that the orthodontist can create the best treatment plan for each patient.

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