What are examples of orthodontic problems?

  • Crossbites: Upper teeth that fit inside of the lower teeth.
  • Severe Overjet: Upper teeth that protrude horizontally beyond the lower teeth
  • Severe Overbites: Upper front teeth that overlap excessively over the lower front teeth
  • Under bites: Upper front teeth that fit behind the lower front teeth
  • Severe Crowding: Lack of space for permanent teeth to align into their proper position
  • Severe Spacing: Teeth spaced so much that they block the position or eruption of other teeth

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