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The consequences of malocclusion. What does malocclusion lead to?


The chip between teeth, "rabbit" teeth, fangs, that are located too high in the upper jaw, the absence of a strong-willed chin are sufficient arguments to be ashamed of your smile. However, it is a mistake to consider that malocclusion is only an aesthetic defect. This anomaly is compounded by gum disease, leads to tooth abrasion. The pathology of the structure of the maxillofacial area gives the potential patients more serious discomfort. The owner of a such defect faces more dental problems, than people with a traditional structure of the mouth.

Malocclusion leads to defects of the temporomandibular joint which is the one of the most complex joints in the body. Other joints carry traffic only in two directions, and the temporomandibular is able to move in three directions. As a result, the owner of a malocclusion feels headaches and the pain when chewing.

Derangement of diction, burr and lisp often happen when the bite is incorrect. The fact is that the teeth participate in the forming of sounds on a par with the lips and the tongue, so, their false development will inevitably lead to problems in articulation. In this case, a logopedist can’t help the patient to pronounce sounds properly. With teeth, which grow "overlap", it's hard enough to comply with hygiene. The accumulation of plaque is inevitable, and this leads to a variety of diseases, from tooth carious to periodontal disease.

They say, that everything is interconnected in the human’s body. Often, the potential patients of orthodontists complain of upset stomachs, because the lack of food chewing is fraught with defects of the gastrointestinal tract. In addition, the overbite and crooked teeth are usually accompanied by bad posture. Also atypical structure of the maxillofacial area entails breathing disorder, causing diseases of upper respiratory tract, leading to headache, otitis, sinusitis and a number of other diseases.

It is also worth mentioning, that the owner of malocclusion can not get involved in such a fashionable hobby like diving. The fact is that today manufacturers are producing mouthpieces only for people with normal occlusion.

Fortunately, modern orthodontics can solve problems with the bite at any age.

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