Many patients are extremely reluctant to have any teeth removed in order to get the perfect smile. Removing teeth is sometimes something that is required in order to get an orthodontic appliance fitted. Sometimes it is to make sure that a person can receive their ideal smile. There are a few reasons why teeth may have to be extracted in order for patients receive braces. These reasons we will cover in this article.
Overbites are a common orthodontic problem that causes your top teeth to overhang your bottom teeth. It is a problem that is typically corrected by orthodontic surgery or braces. However, many people try to live their life without getting an overbite repaired. Is this a wise decision or should they turn to an orthodontist to help them out?
In this blog, you’ll get an insider’s look at the world of overbites. You’ll understand why they occur, the problems they cause, and how solutions like Invisalign can beat them for good. So if you have an overbite you are just trying to ignore, please read on to find out why that is simply not a very good idea.
Orthodontic treatment is something that generally takes several years depending on the treatment options that a patient has decided to go with. Braces aren’t something that can be rushed and getting the perfect smile takes time, but technology is also changing and making the process of receiving the perfect smile is a much faster process than ever before.
According to Harvard Health Publications, today’s orthodontic patients come from all ages and walks of life. One out of every five people wearing braces right now is aged 19 or older. Some call this “America’s obsession with a perfect smile.” At King Orthodontics, we view it a little bit differently. After all, what is the closest major organ to the teeth and gums? The brain! The next closest? The heart.
Have you ever heard the expression, “you’re never fully dressed without a smile”? You invest hundreds of dollars in what you wear each day, but the most important thing you will ever wear is your smile. Everyone Deserves a Proud Smile.
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