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Before & After

Example of a patient treated without the removal of teeth for front and back cross-bites

NEW Example of a patient treated without the removal of teeth for front and back cross-bites

 

This patient was treated for the closure of a large space between the front teeth.  Treatment time was 14 months with 8 appointments

The is patient was treated with the removal of four premolar teeth to correct the alignment and close the open bite.  The patient started treatment after having another consultation that required jaw surgery as a plan to close the bite.

This patient was treated for generalized spacing.  Treatment time was 18 months with 14 visits.

This patient was treated with the removal of four teeth to correct severe crowding.  Before treatment the lower left cuspid (tooth sticking out on the lower left) was severely compromised and loose. After treatment the tooth has become stable

The patient was treated non extraction (no removal of teeth) for a severe overbite.  Only elastic rubber bands were used.  No special devises such as a Herbst appliance were used.

This patient was treated with the removal of four premolar teeth to correct severe crowding. The patients cuspid teeth were erupting ectopically to the outside of the jaws.  The patient endured bullying and now has a confident beautiful smile.

This adult patient was treated non extraction with elastics.  This patient was also told that they needed jaw surgery to correct the bite.

Patient was treated with the removal of teeth to correct severe crowding. Attempting to treat this case without the removal of teeth would have been dangerous to her surrounding gum and bone.