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Open Bite and Crooked Teeth

Non-Surgical Jaw Alignment that Transforms your Face and Optimizes your TMJ

Treating Patients in Los Angeles, CA from All Over the United States and the World

Medically Reviewed by Sam Muslin, DDS, MAGD | Last Updated on 08/25/2022

What Causes Crooked Teeth?

This patient has teeth that were too large for her face so, in order for the teeth to fit inside the patient’s jaw, the teeth had to cross over each other causing crooked teeth.

Crooked Front Teeth

Her front teeth are crooked and push her lips out too far. If she had her teeth straightened, her teeth would be on the outside edge of her jawbone, and that would cause extreme gum recession. Many patients experience the “long in the tooth” look due to gum recession, and VENLAY® Restorations are an excellent non-surgical solution.

Open Bite Problems

 The photo on the left shows gum recession and large crooked teeth. On the right you can see the lips being pushed up and her open bite.

She has gum recession, crooked teeth, and an open bite that prevents here from comfortably closing her lips over her teeth. Braces, the Pinhole Surgical technique and Invisalign® could not help this patient solve her problems

Braces on Crooked Teeth and Gum Recession

Braces on crooked teeth and other forms of moving teeth can be successful but other times the patient has gum recession caused by the braces that was so extreme that gum grafting or cannot help because of the loss of bone on the root surfaces. The bone provides the blood supply and without a blood supply the gum recedes down the root and gum grafting is usually unsuccessful.

Veneers for Crooked Teeth

Porcelain veneers for crooked teeth can work sometimes but far too often the dentist grinds down the healthy teeth far too much causing sensitivity to temperature and discomfort. Teeth can be made to look perfectly straight without even getting a shot or needing temporary teeth using the Dental Face Lift® Method by Dr. Sam Muslin.

Fixing Crooked Teeth with Veneers

It is impossible to get results like this with porcelain veneers, or with braces or with Invisalign® but it is possible with his Face Lift Dentistry® method.

Open Bite Correction Without Surgery or Braces

The photo on the right shows her open bite corrected and her teeth straightened - contrasted with the Before Photo on the left.

Life changing results are possible with a creative method that can solve open bite problems without jaw surgery and braces. This method also completely solved the crooked teeth, the large teeth, the open bite; the bad bite and has cosmetic benefits without jaw surgery.

The Dental Face Lift® and Bite Correction

Under Bites, over bites, open bites, TMJ problems and bad bites can all be corrected using this method. Patients fly in from all over the world to get treatment that goes beyond cosmetic dentistry, anti-aging dentistry and traditional mouth reconstruction methods. JawTrac®, VENLAY® Restorations and the Dental Face Lift® are the high tech solutions and can eventually be the new “standard of care”.

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This treatment has changed the lives of many patients and some have come from all over the world. May of your questions regarding treatment and cost are answered here.

Sam Muslin DDS, MAGD

Face Lift Dentistry® Is The Future of Bite Correction

Face Lift Dentistry® not only optimizes your smile, but it also optimizes your entire face! Call today and get ready to change your life. Face Lift Dentistry® results are Safer, More Reliable, Testable, and Far More Predictable Healthcare with enormous Cosmetic Impact.

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Face Lift Dentistry® fee is $40,000 per upper or lower arch plus any additional dental work such as fillings, gum work, dental implants, etc. Most patients get both the upper and the lower arches done simultaneously to maximize their results and get the most health benefits possible. Face Lift Dentistry® is dental health care that is tax deductible depending on your income, so we advise that you check with your accountant.