Before & After

Case 1:

In this patient’s case, the “eye” teeth are up higher than normal and the upper jaw has crowding.

Case 2:

This patient’s upper jaw has spacing and his front teeth overlap severely.

Case 3:

This patient’s front teeth do not touch normally, forming an openbite.

Case 4:

In this case, there is a spacing problem in the upper jaw.

Case 5:

The patient’s upper front teeth extend out over the lower front teeth, forming an overbite.

Case 6:

In this case, the upper teeth are inside the lower teeth, which is also known as an underbite.