Crooked teeth, in the intervertebral forehead phase, new teeth often do not leave their jaws in their final position.

Therefore, many parents are concerned from the beginning if an orthodontic treatment is needed. In most cases, however, you must remain calm.

When the first permanent teeth come out of the jaw, they are already as big as the adult. Only when the jaw grows, the teeth can line up. Often, the position of the teeth improves, the bigger your child becomes.

 

Teeth Crooked

Malpositions after premature loss of the deciduous tooth.
If the dentist has to remove the milk teeth in time, this can cause malocclusions in the remaining person.

Baby teeth have a position marker function. If they retire too soon, the gaps for the survivors often become too small, so orthodontic treatment must be performed.

But even in adults, crooked teeth can cause discomfort long after the teeth change.

 

How are crooked teeth obtained in adults?

Malocclusions after accidents. Severe injuries can loosen the teeth. You have to be anchored in the correct position.

If you have injured your jaw, you should consult your dentist so you can judge if a tooth has been damaged.

 

Malocclusions

In addition, misalignments can occur if you press or crush very hard with your teeth. Many people crunch or press in stressful situations. One solution is a bite splint that your dentist will ask for.

In addition, it can happen that the teeth opposite a gap become longer and grow in the gap.

This can not only seem ugly, it can also lead to major problems. Due to the migration or inclination of your bite changes and a supply of dentures can be made much more difficult.

 

The migration of teeth in gum disease

If you suffer from an untreated gum disease, for example periodontitis, the bones and gums will retract.

Due to the lack of fixation in the bone, they can begin to wander or lean in severe cases. If pain occurs, extraction is usually the only solution.

The anterior teeth go wrong: the migration of the teeth to the middle of the jaw.

In adulthood, orthodontic treatment often involves nesting the anterior teeth in the jaw.

The cause of this change in the lower anterior region is the physiological Mesialdrift. This means that the posterior teeth have a natural need to migrate to the center.

A common misconception is that wisdom teeth that are still stuck in the jaw move the rows of teeth when they enter the oral cavity.

The daily stress during chewing causes a slight friction in the interdental spaces. As a result, the teeth become a little narrower in the course of life.

To avoid gaps, there is the natural phenomenon of migration to the middle of the jaw. When eating soft foods, the walk may be stronger than the abrasion in the interstices, pushing the front together.

 

Misaligned Teeth

The migration of the teeth to an existing gap.
If there are gaps in your teeth, the other teeth may wander or tip over the hole.

What can I do to prevent my child from having crooked teeth?

Above all, you should avoid being constantly sucked with your thumb and pressed with your thumb against the front of the palate.

The constant pressure causes an increase in the growth of the anterior palate.

The upper anterior teeth can exit the jaw by inclining forward obliquely through the permanent suction of the thumb. In severe cases, this can lead to a lack of contact of the anterior and anterior lateral teeth (open bite).

Excessive use of the pacifier can also lead to anterior teeth that are growing at an angle, and low contact or teeth of the upper and lower jaw.

If you want to avoid tooth misalignment, you should pay attention to the following points:

  • Milk teeth should be replaced with a placeholder if it is necessary to remove them early
  • The holes should be provided with dentures, so that the adjacent teeth do not move or tip over.
  • Loose teeth, in case of periodontitis or after accidents, should be splinted
  • When pressing or crunching, a bite splint should be made as protection.
  • After a treatment with a clamp, a solid retainer, a thin wire, it should stick behind the lower incisors so that they can not move. Behind the upper incisors there is often not enough space for this thin wire.

 

Solutions for Crooked Teeth

GGenerally, a single slate tooth can be made with loose braces or with transparent rails that are invisible to the ego (for example, treatment with Invisalign or harmony splints).

The most difficult situations are corrected with a fixed bracket with brackets. The brackets can also be stuck to the inside of the teeth in the form of invisible braces.

Adult patients usually have to pay for these parentheses. Only in case of severe malposition of the jaw, the legal health insurance company assumes orthodontic treatment in adults.

Alternatively, there is the possibility of performing a dental correction with dental prostheses.

For this, veneers, crowns, bridges or removable prostheses are questioned. Dentures for aesthetic reasons must also be paid by the patient in private.

 

Baby Has Crooked T

If baby teeth are slightly twisted or crooked, do not worry.

Of course, at your next appointment, you should ask your dentist if something needs to be done to correct the bad position. But in most cases this is not necessary.

If children from six to eight years old have to be treated with orthodontics, the orthodontist talks about an early treatment. For this purpose, a loose clamp is made. It is intended that this will influence the growth of the jaw so that the permanent teeth can grow in the correct position.

 

Orthodontic

Orthodontic treatment is necessary if:

  • The lower anterior teeth are in front of the upper teeth (anterior teeth inverted)
  • Your child can not bite because the front and the first back teeth have no contact (open bite)
  • The lower posterior teeth are more external than the upper ones (cross bite, scissor bite)
  • The position of your child’s tooth forces the lower jaw to an unnatural position (forced bite)

You can not influence the genesis of an inverted anterior tooth, scissors, cross bite and forced as parents. They are based on the deregulation of the growth of the jaw. An open bite, on the other hand, often results from habits such as thumb sucking or prolonged use of a pacifier.

Shortly before the first milk teeth fail, holes can also be created. These arise because the face and jaw grow, but the deciduous teeth remain small until they fail.

 

Perfect Smile

Many long for an impeccable smile, but they have crooked and crooked teeth. A successful touch on adults, supports and transparent aligners are the solution.

On every billboard, you can see people with bright teeth smile. Reality, however, looks different from the beautiful advertising world: although many people have healthy teeth, but they are not in a line or in a limb, but with increasing age they make mistakes and move one after the other.

Do you want the perfect smile? Do not worry too much about a gap in your teeth or thin lips. The truth is that no look is better than the other. Practice until you have found your smile, so that you have enough confidence to show it to the world. There are treatments to whiten your teeth

The perfect smile does not need Hollywood teeth or a special lip shape. Smile, it makes you feel happy, open and comfortable.

 

Invisible Aligners

Invisible keys correct a malocclusion in a discrete way. Our specialists plan dental correction splints and release them for use. Using state-of-the-art technology, transparent aligners are made of BPA-free plastic

The transparent aligners are transparent rails. They are the ideal way to make a beautiful smile with crooked teeth.

By customizing and doing it internally, Clear Aligner can be used even for difficult muscular or joint problems, such as headache or TMJ, as well as for the night sharpening of teeth.

 

Clear Aligner 

Due to its transparency, the splints in the mouth are almost invisible. Depending on the course of treatment, you will receive 3 to 9 splints per jaw to make independent weekly changes at home. As a result, you always have clean rails and transparency is permanent.

 

Clear aligner – individual and cost-effective
The individual production also allows the rails during the treatment to adapt to the individual course of treatment.

For example, if too much pressure is required, smaller intermediate steps can be planned. If you want to go faster we can save intermediate steps.

In addition, it is possible to complete after a few sets of rails, if it says: «the teeth are good enough». This has the great advantage that no unnecessary costs are incurred.

 

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