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Tusk Denta Aligners Indications

– It can treat any type of malocclusions or teeth irregularities*

  • Overcrowding
    Overcrowding is a common condition typically caused due to lack of space resulting from overlapping or crooked teeth.
  • Spacing
    When there is too much or too little space for the teeth, it results in crowding which can adversely impact the eruption of permanent teeth.
  • OpenbiteWhen the upper and lower front teeth do not overlap each other, it results in the formation of an opening that leads straight into the mouth. The problem of an open bite can also occur on the sides of the mouth.
  • Overjet
    An overjet is when the top front teeth extend beyond the lower front teeth horizontally, interfering with the functions of chewing food and speaking.
  • Overbite
    Some overlapping of the lower front teeth is natural but when the upper front teeth are biting down right into the gums, an increased overbite is caused where the lower front teeth can also bite into the roof of the mouth.
  • Underbite
    When the lower front teeth are positioned far forward than the upper front teeth, it results in an underbite which is also known as anterior crossbite.
  • Crossbite
    A crossbite can happen on either or both the sides of the jaw when the upper front teeth are biting right inside the lower teeth. The condition can also affect your front or back teeth.
  • Diastema
    Diastema refers to the space between two adjacent teeth, usually the front teeth.
  • Impacted Tooth
    An impacted tooth is the one that cannot erupt from the gum naturally and needs to be extracted or exposed so that a brace can be fitted.
  • Missing tooth
    Also known as hypdontia, this condition occurs as a result of trauma or improper development of teeth.
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