Finding Common Teeth Problems That Can Be Corrected By An Orthodontist

Orthodontic treatment is commonly used to improve the function and appearance of crooked or misaligned teeth. Teeth that are better and straighter aligned are easy to clean and help reduce stress on the joints of the jaw and muscles. The improved appearance of jaw or teeth also helps boost self-confidence and self-esteem. There are common teeth problems that can force a person to look for Kieferorthopädie München (Orthodontists Munich). Some of these include the protruding of the upper front teeth which are a common treatment in orthodontics. Crowding of teeth is also another problem that needs orthodontic treatment, and this is given to those with narrow jaws who often do not have enough spacing for teeth.


Impacted teeth can be treated by an orthodontist Munich, and this happens when adult’s teeth do not come through and grow in wrong locations. In some patients, the center of the lower and the upper teeth do not match. This gives teeth a crooked or asymmetrical appearance and which needs to be corrected by an orthodontist. People can also have bite problems and these can be deep bites where the lower teeth are covered with the upper teeth, reverse bites where upper teeth bite the inside of lower teeth and open bite where the lower and upper front teeth do not meet when one closes the mouth. Open bites are mostly as a result of young children sucking their thumb for a long period of time.

Apart from teeth problems, orthodontics is also used in the treatment of other health problems such as palate and cleft lip. This treatment can also help in mild sleep apnea whereby a dental appliance that is similar to the gum shield is made to prevent the closing of the airway when a person is sleeping. The orthodontic treatment usually starts when all the adult teeth in a child have come through. This happens to children above 13 years while adults can begin the treatment at any age.

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