Invisalign Treatable Cases

For moderate cases of protruding or crooked teeth, to much more cumbersome dental issues such as malocclusion, overbite, or underbite, Invisalign® provides an effective solution. Whether your teeth are overly crowded, extensively gapped, or somewhere in the middle, Invisalign is a cost effective way to properly position the jaws and straighten teeth.

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Gapped teeth – Abnormal jaw bone growth can create gaps in teeth along with missing teeth. Spacing issues and gaps may lead to larger problems such as periodontal pockets.

Overbite – Also known as “overjet,” this condition is typically caused by genetics, bad oral habits, or overdevelopment of the bone which supports the teeth.

Underbite – Typically a result from undergrowth of the upper jaw, overgrowth of the lower jaw, or a mixture of both. This impairs the normal functioning of the front teeth and rear molars, which can lead to teeth corrosion.

Open Bite – When upper and/or lower teeth fail to make contact with one another. Commonly cause by excessive thumb-sucking or genetically engineered jaw structure.

Overly Crowded – Occurs where there is limited room within your upper or lower jaw for teeth to sit comfortably.

Crossbite – When the jaws are misaligned, crossbite is prevalent. This condition may lead to tooth wear, gum disease and bone loss.

Invisalign is a breakthrough technology that offers cost effective solutions to numerous dental patients. Cosmetic Dental Associates are the premier providers of this advanced technology in the San Antonio area.

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