People with crowded or crooked teeth are said to have a "bad bite." Even with the teeth look straight, the upper and lower
teeth may not fit together properly. This could happen when the lower jaw and teeth are either too far forward or
too far back to fit the upper teeth.
Crooked teeth and bite problems are often solved with orthodontic treatment. Braces are the most common way to correct
crooked teeth and major bite problems. For less severe cases, there are other types of orthodontic treatment.
The good news is that orthodontic treatment can lead to a healthy, beautiful smile at all ages, especially with early
treatment. And although orthodontic treatment takes time and patience, the end result is worth it.