The difference that straight teeth can make in your smile is simply incredible. So is the difference that Invisalign can make with your teeth. With Invisalign, you can go from a crooked, uneven smile to a beautiful, straight smile in a matter of months. Here at clear braces toronto, we’re proud to be partners with Invisalign and to provide this valuable service to our clients.
Although a small gap in your teeth may not be all that noticeable to others, it may make you self conscious every time you open your mouth or smile. Or, perhaps even worse, if the gap is big, it may be all others notice about you when they see your mouth. Regardless, having a gap or gaps between teeth is a very undesirable dental trait–and fortunately it can be fixed.
Overbite happens when the upper teeth go over the lower teeth, thus resulting in a smile where the lower teeth are not very visible.
Even if your teeth are fairly straight, there are other dental issues that can keep your smile from being perfect. Underbite is one such dental condition that can cause many problems for you. Underbite occurs when the lower teeth go over the upper teeth. This is the opposite, of course, of overbite which occurs when the upper teeth go over the lower teeth. Nonetheless, underbite is every bit as serious of a problem as overbite.
There are a variety of dental conditions that can be fixed through the use of braces–either traditional braces or Invisalign. Open bite is one such condition that braces can fix. Open bite happens when some upper teeth cannot make physical contact with some lower teeth. This results in an improper bite and smile.
Teeth become crowded when there is a lack of room in your jaw to accommodate all your teeth. If overcrowded teeth are not treated, they will worsen over time and can eventually lead to severely crooked teeth that are prone to plaque accumulation and tooth decay. Gum disease can also occur as it is harder to clean crowded teeth.
Crossbite can occur when the upper and lower jaws are both misaligned. It causes one or more upper teeth to bite on the inside of the lower teeth, and can happen on both the front and the sides of the mouth. This can cause wear of the teeth.