We are committed to treating all of your orthodontic problems so you can achieve a smile that is straighter, healthier, more functional and more attractive. Some of the most common orthodontic problems we see at our office include the following:



Crowded teeth are typically caused by an inadequate amount of space in your smile. This can result in badly misaligned teeth that overlap each other.

Deep Bite

Deep Bite before and after

In a deep bite, the upper front teeth extend out over the lower front teeth. This sometimes causes the lower front teeth to bite into the roof of the mouth.


Underbite before and after

An underbite occurs when the lower jaw extends out, resulting in the lower front teeth sitting in front of the upper front teeth.

Open Bite

Open Bite before and after

An open bite is characterized by upper and lower front teeth that do not overlap. This often causes problems with proper chewing and may also contribute to other unwanted habits like tongue thrusting.


Cross Bite before and after

In a crossbite, the upper teeth sit inside the lower teeth. This may result in tooth stratification and misaligned jaw growth.

Upper Front Teeth Protrusion

Protrusive Teeth before and after

In this type of bite, the upper teeth extend too far forward, or the lower front teeth do not extend far enough forward. This can impact both the appearance and function of the teeth.

Unmatched Dental Midlines

Midlines before and after

This orthodontic problem is caused when the back bite does not fit and match correctly. It may negatively impact the jaw and proper dental function.

Impacted Teeth

Impacted Teeth

When a tooth is blocked from emerging through the gums properly, this can often trap the tooth and cause a range of concerning oral health problems.



If your teeth are smaller than expected, this can sometimes create visible gaps between your teeth and make it more difficult for you to take proper care of your smile.

Traumatic Bite

Traumatic Bite

A traumatic bite is generally caused by overcrowded teeth which can lead to severe oral health conditions and a loss of proper function in your smile.

To discover how our skilled orthodontist and team are able to treat these and other orthodontic problems, we invite you to contact us today!