What causes orthodontic problems?
The problem with orthodontic concerns is that their cause cannot be prevented and most of them are actually inherited genetically and usually involve the jaws, teeth and face. In other cases, it can be due to habitual behaviour or dental problems. Some examples of orthodontic problems include the crowding of teeth, poor spacing, missing or extra teeth and growth abnormalities in the upper and lower jaw.
If the cause is not hereditary it can be brought on by enlarged tonsils, asthma, the premature loss of any baby teeth and even some allergies. But whatever the cause, our orthodontic treatments can help you overcome these issues.