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03 September 2014

The Consequences of Crooked Teeth

Like most vertebrates, humans have two sets of teeth. The first set is lovingly called baby teeth, while the latter is the permanent teeth. Everyone loves baby teeth because these are always perfect. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the second set.

Where Straight Is the Only Way to go

Adult teeth do not always come out right, and more often than not end up crooked. While there are worse things in life than crooked teeth, nothing shuts down a potential date faster than mismatched bicuspids.

Apart from not getting lucky on Saturday nights, crooked teeth may cause some bite problems. Crooked teeth make it harder to chew, and strain the jaw muscles, increasing the risk of breaking a tooth. Not only will you fail to get a date, you will have to endure the stares of those who will see you smile.

Brace Yourselves

The exact origin of crooked teeth is not known, some dentists point to genetics, others say it is due to environmental factors, and others still insist it is a mix of both. But, whatever causes crooked teeth is notimportant, as there is very little anyone can do about them once they are misaligned. In fact, the only solution to crooked teeth that works is constant pressure from braces.

Popular media cast people with braces as social cast offs when the fact of the matter is, kids with braces vastly outnumber the ones who do not. It is almost impossible to go through puberty with perfectly straight teeth, and wearing braces is the status quo of the teenage years.

Children should not have to suffer through the embarrassment of the teasing that braces can bring. This is why our dental team offers Invisalign, a transparent straightening tool that does the same job as braces without anyone noticing.

Contact us today to find out how we help clients find the solution that suits their comfort level and lifestyle.

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