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Crooked Teeth

Get to Know Crooked Teeth and What You Can Do About Them

Are you self-conscious about your smile because of crooked teeth? Many people suffer from misalignment without treatment, which can affect their confidence and even worsen their dental health.

Crooked teeth are more than just a cosmetic problem. In addition to not looking as good as straight teeth, they can cause dental and health problems. Crooked teeth can make it difficult to brush and floss properly, leading to an increased risk of cavities and gum disease.

At Orthodontic Experts, we understand the unique needs of each individual. We will assess your goals, lifestyle and oral status to identify the best option for you. We also employ the use of advanced technology to increase accuracy and reduce time for diagnosis and treatment planning.

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Unleash the Causes of Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth are a common condition in people of all ages. There are several potential causes of crooked teeth which include:
Causes Of Crooked Teeth
  • Genetics
  • Improper jaw development
  • Insufficient space to accommodate teeth
  • Trauma
  • Missing teeth
  • Tooth wear
  • Poor dental hygiene as plaque and tartar accumulations can lead to crooked teeth
  • Extended thumb-sucking
  • Use of pacifier
  • Poor nutrition
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Discover the Dramatic Impact of Having Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth can have a significant impact on one’s personal and professional life. People with malocclusion and crooked teeth may have difficulty speaking and chewing efficiently. They may find it harder to understand others, because the tongue and lips cannot easily form the correct sounds for words. Having crooked teeth can also be incredibly embarrassing for many people, since smiling is a major part of communication, and the crookedness can draw negative and unwanted attention.

Other dental issues caused by crooked teeth include:

  • Tooth decay
  • Improper bite
  • Gum disease
  • Periodontitis
  • Difficulty in proper brushing and flossing
  • Excessive tooth wear leading to cracked teeth.
  • Unwanted strain on posterior teeth
  • Temporomandibular jaw disorders
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dental issues caused by crooked teeth

How Long Does It Take To Fix Crooked Teeth?

At Orthodontic Experts, we understand that your smile is precious and our aim is to transform it within a reasonable time frame. Depending on the complexity of your issue, fixing crooked teeth may take anywhere from 6 to 18 months. If you suffer from mild tooth crowding or spacing concerns, our skilled orthodontists may be able to put your smile back into perfect alignment in a matter of 6 to 8 months. However, more severe cases where the bite needs to be corrected may take up to 18 months for full treatment. Regardless of the timeline, we can assure you that all of our treatments are carried out with the utmost care and precision, so your smile will look beautiful and healthy in no time.
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Find Out How Crooked Teeth Can Be Corrected

At Orthodontic Experts, we understand how difficult and embarrassing it can be to live with a crooked smile and misaligned teeth. That’s why we offer a variety of treatments to help you get the smile of your dreams. Our treatment options like Traditional Metal Braces, Gold Braces, and Clear Aligners are all excellent solutions for correcting crooked teeth.
Traditional Metal Braces are the most classic orthodontic option and are the traditional approach for those who have more complex dental issues. Gold Braces offer a modern and nearly invisible approach to orthodontic care, while Clear Aligners provide discreet and easy orthodontic solutions. Schedule a no-cost consultation today so we can customize an ideal treatment plan for your orthodontic needs!
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Achieve a Perfect Smile with Orthodontic Experts

Straighten out Crooked Teeth Now!

Are crooked teeth causing your smile to be less than perfect? If so, Orthodontic Experts can help. We offer a variety of treatments for crooked teeth, including Traditional Metal Braces, Gold Braces, and Clear Aligners. Whether you’re looking for minor adjustments or need major treatment to correct your malocclusion, our services can help you get the perfect smile you deserve.

We offer in-house payments, monthly payment plans, and even accept major insurance cards and Medicaid, so you don’t have to worry about having expensive upfront fees. To learn more about the treatment options available for crooked teeth, contact us today for a free consultation. We’d love to help you get the smile of your dreams!

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frequently asked questions

Are crooked teeth a health risk?

Crooked teeth can cause various problems that can lead to several oral health problems. Crowded or crooked teeth can make it difficult to maintain proper oral hygiene, which can lead to tooth decay, cavities, and gum disease. Crowded teeth can also be more prone to chipping or other damage, and can lead to TMJ related problems such as jaw pain and headaches.

Do crooked teeth cause cavities?

Yes, crooked teeth can lead to cavities. Crowded teeth can make it more difficult to properly brush and floss, which can make it easier for bacteria to build up and form cavities. It’s important to make sure that your teeth are properly aligned to reduce the risk of cavities.

Is it possible to fix crooked teeth without braces?

While braces are the most effective way to fix crooked or overcrowded teeth, there are other options available like Clear Aligners. At Orthodontic Experts, we customize treatment plans according to the patient’s needs and budgets. You can discuss your case with our specialized team of orthodontists to see which treatment works well for you.

Can crooked teeth get worse with age?

Yes, if your crooked teeth are not timely addressed they can continue to worsen with age. If left untreated, the alignment of your teeth can become more crooked or misaligned as time goes on. This can lead to a number of problems, including TMJ-related discomfort and abnormal wear on your teeth.

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