If you have these conditions, orthodontics will work very well for you!

When preparing for correction, the patient’s favorite sentence is “Can you achieve a neat and beautiful effect?” In fact, the effect of orthodontics is related to various factors, and the most important thing is the condition of your own teeth. Some people have better results. Today, I will list them all together! 1. Severe misalignment of teeth is like overcrowding of front teeth and gaps between teeth. Such teeth will look unsightly when they are exposed. In addition, overcrowding will also affect teeth cleaning, and there will be some clean dead corners, which are not easy to brush, and will cause dental caries for a long time and affect oral health. 2. Tooth overbite refers to the situation where the upper teeth cover the lower teeth too much during the bite, which makes the upper lip protrude and the lower jaw is concave. It may be deep overlying or deep covering, and treatment needs to be separated by examination. In severe cases, even the lips may not be able to cover the teeth, thus affecting the chewing function. 3. The underjaw is what we often call “the ground cover the sky”, usually when the teeth bite, the lower teeth bite outside the upper teeth. From the side, the face looks like a meniscus, which affects the appearance. However, this is only for dentin capsules. If it is bony capsules, the bones are also deformed and need to be treated with orthognathic surgery. 4. Open jaw is also called “open bite”, which is a tricky condition in orthodontics. Generally, people with open jaws cannot bite together the teeth in front of the upper jaw and lower jaw smoothly. At the same time, this situation can easily cause the mouth to protrude and even affect chewing and vocalization. In general, the ultimate goal of orthodontics is to get rid of ugly teeth and get a neat and tidy tooth. In addition to the original situation of the teeth, the correct choice of hospitals and doctors must be made to develop a suitable correction plan. Finally, during the correction process, the patient needs to follow the doctor’s guidance, perform follow-up visits on time, and wear a retainer. Only with joint efforts can the correction effect be maximized! If you want to know more about “Orthodontics”, you can ask me questions.

If you have these conditions, orthodontics will work very well for you!

When preparing for correction, the patient’s favorite sentence is “Can you achieve a neat and beautiful effect?” In fact, the effect of orthodontics is related to various factors, and the most important thing is the condition of your own teeth. Some people have better results. Today, I will list them all together! 1. Severe misalignment of teeth is like overcrowding of front teeth and gaps between teeth. Such teeth will look unsightly when they are exposed. In addition, overcrowding will also affect teeth cleaning, and there will be some clean dead corners, which are not easy to brush, and will cause dental caries for a long time and affect oral health. 2. Tooth overbite refers to the situation where the upper teeth cover the lower teeth too much during the bite, which makes the upper lip protrude and the lower jaw is concave. It may be deep overlying or deep covering, and treatment needs to be separated by examination. In severe cases, even the lips may not be able to cover the teeth, thus affecting the chewing function. 3. The underjaw is what we often call “the ground cover the sky”, usually when the teeth bite, the lower teeth bite outside the upper teeth. From the side, the face looks like a meniscus, which affects the appearance. However, this is only for dentin capsules. If it is bony capsules, the bones are also deformed and need to be treated with orthognathic surgery. 4. Open jaw, also called “open bite”, is a tricky condition in orthodontics. Generally, people with open jaws cannot bite the teeth in front of the upper jaw and lower jaw smoothly. At the same time, this situation can easily cause the mouth to protrude and even affect chewing and vocalization. In general, the ultimate goal of orthodontics is to get rid of ugly teeth and get a neat and tidy tooth. In addition to the original situation of the teeth, the correct choice of hospitals and doctors must be made to develop a suitable correction plan. Finally, during the correction process, the patient needs to follow the doctor’s guidance, perform follow-up visits on time, and wear a retainer. Only with joint efforts can the correction effect be maximized! If you want to know more about “Orthodontics”, you can ask me questions.