boy with braces
The existing stigma around traditional braces remains a concern for teens and adults. In certain cases, lingual braces (inner braces) can prove an effective alternative to traditional braces and correct common dental problems such as crossbites. In this guide, we will answer the following questions: What are lingual braces? What are the types of lingual braces? Can lingual braces fix a crossbite? How long to fix a crossbite with braces, specifically lingual braces Are lingual
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Advanced Orthodontics, Mesa, Arizona
When your upper front teeth are relatively forward of your bottom teeth, and the peaks and valleys of both your upper and lower teeth meet comfortably, you have an ideal bite. Unfortunately, having an ideal bite is not the case for most; instead, many people suffer from teeth alignment problems, clinically referred to as malocclusions. While a misaligned bite is typical, some cases can have more than cosmetic or aesthetic outcomes. If left untreated, common
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smiling women holding braces
An overbite can cause you to become self-conscious about your smile. It’s also known to cause many health problems. Therefore, it’s essential to seek immediate orthodontic treatment to lessen the negative effect it has on your wellbeing. The good news is overbites can be corrected with the help of a dental professional. While the remedy depends on the severity of the problem and the patient’s age, orthodontic treatment with braces or Invisalign are almost always
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women holding Invisalign
An overbite is one of the most recognizable dental disorders, but it is also one of the easiest to correct. Orthodontists often use braces to fix overbites, but they are just among the many correction methods. Recently, Invisalign has emerged as another excellent alternative for treating teeth deformity and jaw misalignment.  If you’re asking, “Can Invisalign fix an overbite?” you’ve come to the right place. This blog addresses the most common queries regarding overbite correction
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Crossbite, Overbite, and Underbite
The alignment of your upper teeth with your lower teeth impacts your appearance and your overall health. If your teeth are not misaligned, you may have difficulties with vital functions like chewing and speaking. Malocclusions or misaligned bites can also cause teeth to wear away or become crooked over time.  Overbites and underbites are the two most common types of malocclusions, and many people experience them to some degree. If you want to determine whether
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