How Is Severe Dental Malocclusion Treated?

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Put simply, dental malocclusion is the misalignment of a person’s bite. When the upper and lower dental arches are closed (which is the technical term for closing your mouth), the upper and lower teeth don’t come into precise physical contact with each other. Dental malocclusion is generally identified at an early age and is usually treated by an orthodontist. Braces are a standard form of treatment, and while these are often placed at a younger age, there are no upper age restrictions, and braces can be effective for adults too.…

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