Andrew Carnegie once said: “My smile is worth a million dollars.” He wasn’t considering selling his smile, but he understood its value and you should too.

Malocclusion (bad bite) is a result of several factors: genetics, teeth crowding and teeth decay, among others. But no matter the reason, the good news is, help is readily available and affordable.

Deep bite treatments are no longer invasive, painful and expensive. You can choose from many different deep bite correction techniques.

Show off your smile with confidence. Learn how to fix your deep bite in this treatment guide! 

What Is a Deep Bite?

Deep bite syndrome occurs when the upper front teeth almost completely overlap the lower front teeth. Of all bite disorders, it causes the most damage to the teeth and the health of the jaw joints.

Deep bites can damage facial aesthetics. They can also cause a bell shape of the lower dental arch, causing the lower front teeth to rise higher than the lower rear teeth.

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