How to fix Crooked Teeth without Wearing Braces?

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A smile is worth a thousand words. But what if the smile is affected by crooked teeth? In most cases, crooked teeth not only look unsightly but also threaten your health. This is the case when chewing, swallowing, or brushing teeth are impaired by deformity.

Almost everyone has misaligned teeth. In some, they are more pronounced; in others less. In about a third of those affected, the misalignment of the teeth leads to health problems, for example:

  • * Headache and earache, tense neck
  • * Discomfort when swallowing or chewing, nocturnal teeth grinding, and TMJ disorders
  • * Tooth and gum diseases such as tooth decay or periodontal disease
  • * Phonetic disorders in which certain sounds cannot be reproduced precisely

It doesn’t have to be. Crooked teeth and misaligned teeth can easily be corrected even in adulthood to improve the teeth’ appearance and remedy health problems. It is not uncommon for adults to have their teeth straightened through cosmetic surgery. That doesn’t always have to be the case, either. With the help of braces for adults, crooked teeth can be gently and easily brought into the intended position within a few months.

The causes – How do Crooked Teeth develop?

Almost everyone has misaligned teeth – even in adulthood. In some, they are more pronounced; in others less. You should always keep one thing in mind: crooked teeth are not bad and nothing to be ashamed of!

Misaligned teeth in adults can have many causes. In the majority of those affected, the misaligned teeth are congenital. In particular, the shape of the lower jaw is genetically determined. Since, for example, the jaw’s size and the size of the teeth are inherited independently of one another, it can happen that the jaw size of one parent and the tooth size of the other parent are inherited. For example, if the child inherits the mother’s small jaw and the father’s large teeth, this can lead to the teeth’ crowding. We have summarized the most common non-hereditary causes for you.

  • * Tooth migration into an existing gap
  • * If there are gaps in your teeth, your teeth may move into the existing gap. If the teeth are across from a gap, they may become longer and longer and grow into the gap. This can cause some problems, as the teeth’ migration can change your bite and make a dental prosthesis more difficult.
  • * Tooth migration in gum disease
  • * For example, if you suffer from the tooth bed’s bacterial inflammation (= periodontitis), the bones and gums retreat. In the worst case, this can lead to tooth loss, as your teeth no longer have a hold.
  • * Tooth misalignment after accidents
  • * Serious injuries to the jaw area can cause your teeth to loosen and shift. A splint is necessary to correct or prevent this.
  • * Misaligned teeth due to the grinding of teeth
  • * There is a possibility that your teeth will shift or wear out from grinding your teeth at night. A bite or grinding splint can help here.

If crooked teeth are left untreated, this not only affects your smile and appearance. Misaligned teeth often also cause additional tooth decay, as the misalignment prevents the teeth from being properly cleaned. Food residues and dental plaque stick longer in hard-to-reach corners and furrows and, in addition to tooth decay, cause unpleasant bad breath.


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Misaligned teeth in adults can have many causes. In the majority of those affected, the misaligned teeth are congenital. In particular, the shape of the lower jaw is genetically determined. Since, for example, the jaw's size and the size of the teeth are inherited independently of one another, it can happen that the jaw size of one parent and the tooth size of the other parent are inherited. For example, if the child inherits the mother's small jaw and the father's large teeth, this can lead to the teeth' crowding. We have summarized the most common non-hereditary causes for you.

A smile is worth a thousand words. But what if the smile is affected by crooked teeth? In most cases, crooked teeth not only look unsightly but also threaten your health. This is the case when chewing, swallowing, or brushing teeth are impaired by deformity.

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