Anterior Open Bites refer to a condition in which the top and bottom front teeth are not in contact (they do not touch each other when the patient bites). The origins of open bites can be traced to habits that patients have or had in the past, and occasionally to discrepancies between the sizes of the jaws. Since most open bites in children are associated to an existing habit, treatment usually addresses the habit itself and is most effective when done at an early age. Many appliances are available for treating this condition and your dentist will discuss in detail the risks and benefits of treating an open bite in children.
Anterior Cross Bite
Learn more about Anterior crossbite and its treatments.
Crossbite occurs when your teeth are not aligned while your mouth is closed.
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Early Childhood Caries
Malocculusion is the term for teeth not aligned properly which is also called as misalighnment.