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Teeth Problems

Cross Bite

When the upper front incisors drop behind the lower teeth, they are in cross bite.
This is often associated with crooked teeth where there is not enough space for all the teeth to line up. Sometimes this causes an early interference during biting and the jaw gets unnaturally displaced to allow all the teeth to bite together, creating a crooked bite.

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Underbite

Crooked Teeth

Crooked Bite

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