Overbites vs Underbites vs Crossbites Most patients do not have the best possible bite for their faces and jaws because tooth eruption during the early years of life is random and the bite we get is random. The bite we get is not the most optimized bite for our jaws and faces. Sometimes the bite we get is close and other times it is a very bad bite. Even if we have had … [Read more...] about What is Bite Correction?
"In mild cases, a new method of cosmetic dentistry is used to reshape the lower teeth and then fit veneers to the uppers. Facelift Dentistry suggests this makes it possible for the lower teeth to close behind the uppers, and avoids the need for surgery or wearable appliances. 'Facelift' technology doesn't physically resolve the problem, but it makes it less visible and … [Read more...] about Colgate’s Advice: Types of Underbite Correction Treatment
Every generation is living longer and tooth structure deteriorates with age. So the older people grow, the more tooth structure they loose. When tooth structure is lost people are aging prematurely because the level of bite collapse. (More about bite collapse.) A collapsed bite is the result of lost or worn teeth and affects the position of your jaw, which could result in … [Read more...] about A Collapsed Bite Makes You Look Older
Overbite is a dental condition which refers to the extent of vertical overlap of the maxillary (upper) central incisors over the mandibular (lower) central incisors. It is shown in the below image 1: Overbite is not a form of teeth malocclusion. Actually, an absence or excessive overbite would become a teeth malocclusion. Overbite is usually measured in … [Read more...] about What you Need to Know about Overbite Correction