Learn More About Bite Problems: Causes, Solutions, And FAQ's
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Common Causes of Bite Problems
Many different factors can contribute to bite problems. Some of the most common include:
- Teeth that are out of alignment
- Crooked or crowded teeth
- Missing teeth and tooth loss
- Impacted teeth
- Bad habits and injuries
If you’re interested in knowing what’s causing your bite problems, contact our team so they can conduct a thorough examination.
Dental Services that Can Address Bite Problems
A smile makeover is a combination of dental treatments designed to improve your smile’s overall appearance, including bite problems.
At our clinic, we use the latest technology and techniques for your procedures so you can achieve the smile of your dreams.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Impacted wisdom teeth can cause adjacent teeth to become crowded as they erupt, leading to an improper bite.
Our skilled team can remove your wisdom teeth safely and efficiently while prioritising your comfort.
Some bite problems may be due to the misalignment of teeth or not having enough space for all teeth. In cases such as these, some dentists would advise tooth extraction to improve your bite.
Consult with our dental professionals to see if a tooth extraction is an appropriate treatment for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions about
You can check your bite by looking in a mirror and closing your upper and lower teeth together. If your upper and lower teeth align with each other without causing strain or pain on your jaw, then you probably have a correct bite.
If you want to be sure, the dentist can conduct a thorough examination to assess it and recommend treatment options for your condition.
The duration of your treatment depends on the severity of your condition and the treatment you receive. For clear aligners, you can expect to wear them for about a year or two. In other cases, once the cause of your bite problem is addressed, you may need to wait for your teeth to adjust.
During your consultation, the dentist will let you know how long your services will likely take.