If you want to know the benefits of orthodontic treatment, you must first understand what are the effects of misaligned teeth? For example, crowded teeth, crooked teeth, and the sky all belong to uneven teeth, so what are the effects of uneven teeth, and what is the purpose of our teeth straightening?
What are the effects of misaligned teeth?
Affect the beauty of the face: Teeth are an important part of the facial structure and play an important role in facial aesthetics. Irregular teeth can cause the face to look uncoordinated and affect the aesthetics of the face.
Affect chewing function: Uneven teeth will seriously affect the oral function, the bite is not in place, resulting in a decline in masticatory function, and in severe cases, the pronunciation function and respiratory function will also be affected, leading to some respiratory diseases. If the chewing food is not in place, it will increase the burden on the stomach and lead to the occurrence of some gastrointestinal diseases.
Calculus: Misaligned teeth can also lead to calculus, which can seriously shrink the gums, expose the alveolar bone, and form periodontitis.
Prone to caries: Misaligned teeth are prone to caries to a certain extent, so a brief overview of the main goals of orthodontics is coordination, stability, and aesthetics.
What are the benefits of teeth straightening?
1. Improve facial beauty
Tooth deformity, characterized by buck teeth, can cause great damage to the appearance of the face. Patients can restore the relationship between the teeth and jaws and improve the facial line through orthodontic treatment.
2. Restoring the Teeth
Orthodontics can align the teeth and restore the normal bite of the teeth to better protect the teeth.
Ragged teeth can make it difficult to open your mouth. After orthodontic treatment, white and straight teeth will make people smile without fear and enhance their attractiveness.
4. Restore oral function
After correction, it can enhance chewing function and aid digestion and nutrient absorption. Reduce the chance of digestive system diseases.
Many patients undergo orthodontic treatment for facial aesthetics. Orthodontic treatment is more than cosmetic. From a dental point of view, aesthetics is only one of the goals of orthodontics. More importantly, it is to restore the normal function of the teeth, ensure the normal growth and development of the maxillofacial region, and focus on the oral cavity and health.