"This patient did not need her teeth drilled down for a bite correction but actually needed to have her teeth built up to correct her overbite and three-dimensionally get her lower jaw in a healthy position. Opening the vertical dimension is not good enough because most patients need to be able to have they lower jaw repositioned in three dimensions to improve their profile and … [Read more...] about Your Weak Chin May Be The Result Of A Bad Bite
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?
Bite collapse leads to an older looking face as the structure of the teeth and the jaw position changes. This can be treated with bite correction. Read the full article at: www.faceliftdentistry.com Each generation is living longer and when tooth structure is lost they are aging prematurely because they suffer from some level of bite collapse. Many people never had the … [Read more...] about Treating Bite Collapse and Premature Aging Non-Invasively
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
Question: Overbite correction without braces or surgery seems too good to be true, especially when you claim it can be done in less than 2 weeks. Yet the before after pictures on your website seems so convincing. Please describe the ideal candidate for a successful outcome. Skeletal Overbite or Dental Overbite Is this a cosmetic camouflage or permanent overbite … [Read more...] about Overbite Correction without Braces or Surgery: Who can benefit from this?
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 picture below: Overbite is not a form of teeth malocclusion. Actually, an absence or excessive overbite would become a teeth malocclusion. Overbite is usually measured in percentage and it … [Read more...] about Overbite Explained
The Dental Face Lift ® "Mathew did not smile much in pictures before, but now he smiles and he looks great. I am so glad he did the full dental face lift rather than just veneers." - Mathew's Wife Non-Invasive Dental Face Lift ® In 2 Weeks Face Lift Dentistry ® is a level of care that maximizes the original facial features of the patient. Every aspect of the patients … [Read more...] about Overbite Correction without Surgery or Braces
Often times a collapsed bite can leave you with a weak chin. The bad bite position is actually forcing the chin into a recessive position leaving your profile out of balance. People mistakenly get chin implants to improve the presence or size of their chin when in actuality the chin is the correct size. With a bad bite position even an ideally sized chin will always look … [Read more...] about Overbite and Weak Chin
The first piece of information you might want to know is what is dental occlusion? It's simple. It's your bite. More specifically- how your teeth meet when the jaw is closed. Around 70% of children develop overbites. There are two types: A vertical overbite where the top teeth overlap the lower teeth A horizontal overbite where the top teeth protrude too … [Read more...] about What You Should Know About Dental Occlusion