Dental braces can correct crooked and crowded teeth, a misaligned bite, and jaw problems. Braces also eliminate problems you may have with eating, speaking properly, or with keeping your teeth clean. Traditional braces have come a long way over the years, becoming sleeker, smaller, and more comfortable.
Traditional braces consist of standard metal brackets that are adhered to your teeth with an adhesive and connected by wire. They require periodic tightening so pressure can gradually straighten your teeth and align your jaw as needed.
Fixed metal braces can treat most orthodontic problems, including issues with occlusion or the way the teeth bite together. They can be used to close up gaps in between teeth, to correct teeth that are rotated or protrusive, or teeth which are crooked due to overcrowding. Fixed metal braces can also be used to correct overbites where the upper front teeth close too far forward of the lower front teeth, underbites which are the opposite problem where the lower front teeth are biting too far forward in front of the upper front teeth, and open bites where the front teeth do not occlude or bite together at all, even when the back teeth are in contact. Fixed or metal braces can also be used to correct crossbites where some of the upper teeth bite inside the lower teeth.
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