CORRECTION OF OPEN BITE, DEEP BITE AND CROSSBITE
Crossbite can occur in the front and/or the sides of the mouth. This can occur with a single tooth or multiple teeth. Early correction of crossbite is recommended.Crossbite should be corrected because it can cause premature wear of the teeth,asymmetrical development of the jaws,dysfunctional chewing patterns.If there is a single tooth crossbite, the tooth can be moved with braces into the correct position. In some cases, a retainer can be utilized. With multiple teeth in crossbite, the arch needs to be expanded with braces or other intra-oral appliances such as an ‘expander’. Dhruthi Clinics is the best Hospital in Guntur for correction of open bite, deep bite and crossbite treatment.
Openbite is an insufficient vertical overlap of the teeth. It is caused by oral habits such as tongue thrust, digit sucking or when the jaws don’t grow evenly.Openbite can be corrected through growth modification of the jaws using braces, extrusion of the anterior teeth and in some cases surgical correction of the jaws. Also breaking oral habits, such as digit sucking, will facilitate the correction of an openbite.
A deep Bite (often referred to as an over bite) is defined by the amount of vertical overlap of the upper front teeth over the lower front teeth where the upper front teeth cover too much of the lower front teeth. Excessive overbite requires correction by an orthodontist. A deep over bite is commonly confused with excessive overjet.
Deep Bite can negatively impact jaw and teeth function and teeth often are difficult to effectively clean. The lower front teeth may bite into the gum tissue on the roof of the mouth in a deep bite case. Also, chewing and biting can be difficult because the jaw cannot function normally. Lastly the lips do not fit properly and may appear misshapen causing an unbalanced profile. Deep bites can be effectively corrected with braces. Dhruthi is the Best Dental Hospital that provide Oral treatments and dental health services in Guntur and related to all Dental Problems.