Crowded teeth is one of the most common problems in orthodontics. They are caused by inadequate jaw space, and they can cause uneven wear and gum problems. Also, crowded teeth are much harder to clean than straight teeth. The good news is that Invisalign can help solve these problems.
Overcrowding is a common dental condition where teeth are too close together and don’t have enough space to grow into their proper positions. The most common treatment options include braces, aligners, extractions, and retainers. Braces are difficult to adjust and place constant pressure on the teeth. Aligners, on the other hand, are removable and are effective for mild cases of overcrowding. Patients must replace them every two weeks or so to ensure proper treatment.
Orthodontic treatments can correct many problems. Underbite can lead to a poor appearance and even gum disease. Invisalign works to fix underbite and close the gaps, giving you a healthier, more attractive smile. Another orthodontic problem that Invisalign can correct is crossbite. This problem occurs when the upper and lower teeth do not meet when you close your mouth. As a result, food gets stuck between the two sets of teeth, resulting in painful gum disease and tooth decay.
Invisalign can correct common Orthodontic problems such as crowding, underbite and overbite. An overbite occurs when the upper jaw sticks out beyond the lower jaw. If left untreated, it can cause trauma to the upper front teeth. An underbite can also lead to excessive space in front of the mouth.
Overbites can be corrected using simple orthodontics, surgery, or clear aligners. Before the advent of clear aligners, patients who suffered from severe overbites were often given train tracks on their back teeth, which they had to wear for about two years.
Misaligned Dental Midlines
An unaligned midline can cause many problems, including an uneven bite or problems with the jaw. Braces can correct these problems.
Invisible Braces can correct common orthodontic problems such as crowding and open bite. An open bite occurs when the top of the jaw does not meet the bottom of the teeth. It can lead to problems with chewing, including increased risk for gum disease and jaw pain. Invisalign moves the teeth back into the right position, which can correct both of these problems. Invisalign cannot correct extreme cases of underbite.