Excluding some severe cases of dental misalignment, our set of aligners present a convenient and practical approach to correction. The below-given pictorial representations are some generic orthodontic issues that can be overcome with our aligners.
Malocclusion of Dental Crowding
Crowding, as the name suggests, is the overlap of teeth onto one another due to lack of space for all the teeth to fit normally within the jaws. It is a common condition and arises when the teeth are too big to fit in the available space. Therefore, they become displaced. This may further lead to cavities due to insufficient space for oral hygiene maintenance.
Malocclusion of Cross bite
Crossbite is a condition where the upper teeth close inside the lower teeth. That means the tooth is either closer to the cheek or to the tongue than the corresponding tooth in the upper or lower dental arch.
Malocclusion of Spacing
Spacing is the opposite of crowding. In this condition, there is an excess of space for your teeth which results in gaps between your teeth.
Malocclusion of Increased Overjet
Commonly referred to as buck teeth, an Increased Overjet is characterised by the forwardly placed overlapping of front teeth on to their neighbouring teeth in the direction of the lips.
Malocclusion of Deep Overbite
A deep overbite is when the upper front teeth overlap the lower front teeth by more than one-third. In severe cases, the lower teeth may even touch the gum tissue behind the upper front teeth causing a step and eventually gum recession and tooth mobility.
Malocclusion of Open bite
An open bite is characterized by a vertical gap between the upper and lower front or back teeth when a person is completely biting down. The back teeth touch before the front teeth have a chance to come together or vice versa.