How to spot if you have crooked teeth
Not all smiles are the same, and what is considered a normal and healthy jaw, mouth, and teeth size and structure vary from person to person. However, imbalances in these structures are sometimes apparent, such as overbites or underbites, which can be caused by various oral conditions.
- Bad dental hygiene
- Not addressing oral conditions early on
- Thumb sucking
- Eating hard foods
- Blunt trauma
- Health issues
- Chewing problems
- Breathing issues
- Development of oral conditions
There are several ways to prevent having crooked teeth such as getting braces, eating foods that do not affect your teeth, avoiding bad habits that may affect your jaw shape, and keeping good dental hygiene to avoid developing serious conditions.
During your visit, we will conduct a comprehensive exam to make sure we know exactly what is going on with your teeth. Then, we will identify what bad habits, or foods you have been eating that have been causing your teeth to be crooked. After that, we will give you guidelines and tips you can follow to ensure your smile is the prettiest it can be.