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Adult orthodontics be careful! ! !

Adult orthodontics be careful! ! !

Misalignment of teeth is a headache, not only has adverse health effects, but also affects young people's career choices because of its "visual appearance". This problem was not prominent in the past, but now more and more young people have this kind of distress. Causes of uneven dentition; Some oral experts believe that the causes of uneven dentition are mostly caused by genetic and environmental factors.

In the process of human evolution, the jaws gradually shrunk, and the jaws could not accommodate all the teeth, resulting in uncoordinated tooth volume and bone mass, and uneven dentition; other people eat too fine food, which affects the function of the maxillofacial area. Insufficient stimulation can also lead to misaligned teeth; there are also some bad habits that can also lead to misaligned teeth, such as: sucking fingers, licking lips, etc. Crooked teeth can usually be cured with orthodontics. Malocclusion Malocclusion refers to the deformity of teeth, jaw, and craniofacial caused by congenital or acquired factors during the growth and development of children. Malocclusion, dental caries and periodontal disease are listed as three common oral diseases , and its prevalence is as high as more than 50% of the population.

Malocclusion is manifested as incoordination between teeth and jaw, upper and lower dental arches, upper and lower jaw, jaw and craniofacial, which affects the beauty of the face and the function of the oral cavity. Severe malocclusion will also cause some patients to appear Psychological and mental disorders, which in turn have a negative impact on further education, job hunting, and spouse selection. Therefore, patients urgently need orthodontics to improve appearance and restore normal function, which is very necessary.


Malocclusions are treated by correcting the teeth (orthodontics) or surgery. Orthodontics is a long-term systematic project. Attention should be paid to the child's dental health and development from the deciduous period. For some serious deformities such as underbite, early treatment should be carried out during the deciduous period. When the child starts to change teeth, he should establish contact with the orthodontist, check regularly, observe the tooth replacement situation, and artificially intervene on some bad habits and tooth replacement obstacles that may cause malocclusion.

Some serious skeletal deformities such as maxillary protrusion, mandibular protrusion, and open jaw require early orthodontics before puberty to block the development of malocclusion and guide the normal growth of teeth and jaws. By the period of rapid growth and development (generally 11-13 years old for girls and 12-14 years old for boys), the teeth are replaced and the jaw still has the potential to develop. This is also the best time for tooth correction. Most malocclusions are Can be resolved at this time.

Before the orthodontic treatment, the doctor will conduct a detailed oral examination, take X-rays, take an analysis model, and conduct a comprehensive comprehensive analysis to make a correct diagnosis and give the patient a reasonable orthodontic treatment plan. General malocclusion requires Orthodontic treatment is carried out for one to two years, and then transferred to the maintenance period. Some severe skeletal malocclusions may not achieve the desired effect after orthodontic treatment or may recur due to abnormal growth patterns, requiring orthognathic surgery after adulthood