Crooked teeth can be corrected
Crooked teeth can cause more than just dental problems. They can trigger all kinds of trouble from headaches to hearing issues, digestive ailments, or even mood swings and poor self-esteem.
Crooked teeth are most often something we inherit. Sometimes they develop from destructive personal habits like thumb-sucking and lip or nail biting.
Crooked or crowded teeth at the front of the mouth can make people feel self-conscious. Bite and chewing difficulty can ignite headaches and set off indigestion, especially if the teeth don’t meet properly and make fully chewing food difficult. Many people with misaligned teeth have so much trouble chewing that they avoid the crunchy or hard foods we all need for good health. Add to that the difficulty of keeping teeth clean when they are too crowded to floss between, and these conditions can spell trouble for dental health.
It’s a good thing that, thanks to modern dentistry, help is available. Even if you were born with a bad bite, you don’t have to live with it. If problems with crooked teeth or a misaligned bite are interfering with your life, please give us a call. We’ll be happy to conduct an assessment and discuss your diagnosis and treatment options with you.