Problems Overview




  • Orthodontic problems compromise the function of the teeth and jaws, and the esthetics of the face and smile.
  • Orthodontic problems include things such as poorly growing jaws, facial imbalance, facial asymmetry, poor fit of the bite, crowded teeth, crooked teeth, spaced teeth, missing teeth, extra teeth, impacted teeth, and jaw joint discomfort.
  • Orthodontic problems can be connected with orofacial myofunctional disorders (such as improper tongue position, improper swallow, mouth breathing, and poor oral habits) and poor posture, enlarged tonsils and/or adenoids, tongue tie, sleep disorders, diet, digestive problems, attention disorders, and other related issues.