Crooked Teeth

Crooked Teeth

Even if you didn’t require braces as a child or adolescent, it’s likely that you’ve grown crooked teeth over time. Teeth might shift as you age as a result of poor dental hygiene or tooth loss. As a result, you may feel self-conscious about smiling with your mouth open. To make matters worse, the less straight your teeth are, the more likely you are to struggle with dental hygiene.  But don’t be concerned. Whether you’ve had uneven teeth since you were a child or they’re a new development, there are methods to feel more secure and pleased to show the world your smile.

Look After Your Teeth:

Even if your teeth aren’t exactly straight, it doesn’t mean you should ignore them. Crooked teeth or a misaligned bite might raise your chance of acquiring cavities, gum disease, and other oral health issues. That implies you should be as thorough as possible in keeping your teeth and gums clean. To begin, brushing twice a day using fluoride toothpaste helps build enamel and reduces your risk of cavities. A toothbrush with soft bristles will clean your teeth without putting excessive wear and tear on your enamel. Flossing at least once a day can assist you in cleaning any difficult-to-reach areas and will reduce your risk of decay or gum disease.

When it comes to keeping your mouth clean and healthy, your dentist may be a valuable ally. In addition to deep cleaning your teeth and gums, your dentist can provide recommendations for procedures that will enhance your oral health or treatments that can permanently straighten or correct your teeth.

Orthodontic Treatment:

When it comes to orthodontic treatment, you have a variety of options. Traditional braces are a little less expensive than Invisalign, but they still have a large price tag. If you’re after more of a subtle option than traditional braces, clear plastic aligners called Invisalign may be the best option. In most cases, the treatment time is also less compared to traditional braces. The average adult has to wear Invisalign for around 12 months. Invisalign can straighten your teeth and help you achieve a healthy, confident smile while also being a more hygienic alternative to traditional braces. Invisalign aligners can be used to address overbite, underbite, open bite, and crossbite.


Veneers are one option for covering your teeth. When you have veneers, it appears as though your teeth have been quickly repaired. Veneers are custom-made, tooth-coloured porcelain laminates that are moulded to fit over the fronts of your teeth. They are used to make your teeth seem more natural. Veneers are typically used to enhance the look of teeth that are chipped, uneven, or discoloured. They can also be used to correct dental gaps and improve your smile. Because veneers are custom-made for your teeth, it’s practically impossible to tell the difference between them and natural teeth. They can correct some crookedness or misalignment, but they won’t function as effectively if your teeth are excessively crooked.

Naenae Dental can answer any of your teeth straightening queries and concerns. Our friendly team can examine your teeth to see whether our straightening options are suitable for you. Call us now to schedule a consultation!

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