• Servere crowding
    Servere crowding
    Caused by a discrepancy between the size or number of teeth in the jaws, crowded teeth can be difficult to keep clean. This can lead to to gum dise…
  • Spaced teeth
    Spaced teeth
    They can appear naturally or by untreated periodontal or gum disease, the gaps between teeth can be easily closed with braces.
  • Buck teeth
    Buck teeth
    If the lower jaw is small and setback or there has been an excessive thumb sucking habit, it can cause the upper front teeth…..
  • Underbite
    Underbite
    An underbite means the lower teeth sit in front of the upper teeth. This can be a result of increased growth in the lower jaw, often…
  • Openbite
    Openbite
    When the upper and lower teeth don’t overlap as they should, this is known as an open bite. Often caused by prolong- ed thumb sucking, it can lead…
  • Deepbite
    Deepbite
    When the upper and lower teeth overlap excessively, it is known as a deep bite; essentially the opposite to an open bite. This can prematurely…
  • Crossbite
    Crossbite
    Crossbite (also known as Reverse Bite) can cause unnatural wear of the teeth, asymmetric growth of the jaw, TMJ, and other…
  • Expansion
    Expansion
    The term jaw expansion refers to widening the arch width. In general, the upper set of teeth should fit around the outside…
  • Impacted teeth
    Impacted teeth
    Sometimes teeth do not emerge at the correct times, instead appearing buried in the gum. This is most prominent with the upper…
  • Bimaxillary Protrusion
    Bimaxillary Protrusion
    Bimaxillary protrusion refers to teeth that have emerged forward making the lips and facial profile appear protrusive.It is commonly seen in Asian…
  • Jaw surgery
    Jaw surgery
    Also known as orthognathic surgery, realigns the jaws and teeth to improve their function and your appearance. This procedure is done by…