What causes teeth crowding?
If you look into a mouth with crowded teeth, you’ll notice they overlap and try to occupy the same space. Something has happened that caused the teeth to compress. In some cases, the cause of teeth crowding is genetic. The jaw may be naturally smaller, meaning the teeth didn’t have enough room to grow in.
Crowding can also occur if baby teeth fall out too early, extra adult teeth develop or the teeth are abnormally large. Additionally, habits like thumb sucking may gradually force the teeth closer together. Crowding can also occur after a serious jaw injury.
Treatment for teeth crowding
Dr. Mastroianni, Dr. McCray and Dr. Ruppel have years of experience using traditional and innovative treatments for crowded lower teeth. They’ll assess your condition and determine which of the following teeth-crowding treatments would be the best solution:
Benefits of teeth crowding correction
There are plenty of reasons to consider treatment for crowded teeth. The doctors at Amazing Smiles Orthodontics are here to help you experience all of the benefits of a straighter smile, including:
- Relief from jaw pain.
- Greater oral hygiene.
- Improved self-confidence.
- Fewer digestive complications.
- Better vocal articulation.
The team at Amazing Smiles Orthodontics is committed to helping patients enjoy healthy lives full of beautiful smiles. We go the extra mile to ensure a pleasant experience on every visit. Plus, we’ll make sure you can receive the care you need regardless of your financial situation.
If you’re ready to start down the path toward a stronger smile, request a free consultation today!