Jaw Closure Disorders
In addition to being serious health problems, closure disorders often bring aesthetic concerns with them. Aesthetic problems are usually the main reasons that force patients to deal with the current problem. However, closing disorders cause the related structures to fail to perform their functions, and accordingly, chewing, speaking, etc. loss of functionality may occur. In addition to these functional losses, the difficulties experienced by individuals with closure disorders in maintaining oral hygiene also prevent the protection of oral health.
We can mention the following to list briefly the disorders in teeth and jaws;
- Cross Closure
- Tooth crowding
- Deep Closing
- Opening in Front Teeth (Openbite)
- Jaw stenosis and other orthopedic anomalies.