The space in the jaws is not enough for the smooth arrangement of the teeth and leads to their crowding.
Extra space in the jaws resulting in gaps between the teeth.
Hypertrophic bridle and upper jaw space.
When the upper teeth overlap the anterior surface of the lower teeth.
When, on the contrary, the teeth of the opposite jaws do not come in contact with each other.
Lateral unilateral or bilateral. When the teeth of the upper jaw close more inwardly than those of the lower jaw.
Anterior cruciate ligament
The teeth of the upper jaw close behind those of the lower jaw.
Increased horizontal extension
The teeth of the upper jaw protrude much further than those of the lower jaw.
Lower jaw prognathism
The teeth of the lower jaw close in front of those of the upper jaw.
A large area of the gums is visible when we smile.
They are the teeth that for some reason have lost their orientation and have not risen in their normal time in the oral cavity.
There are cases where it is necessary to prepare the teeth in such a way that a proper prosthetic restoration is possible by the dentist.