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A diastema refers to the space between the teeth, showing the size of teeth may normal or too small,causing food impaction.which might lead to the gingivitis,periodontitis,and proximal caries. Severe cases could influent the appearance of the patients, even cause psychological disorders.


Crowded dentition is the most common malocclusion and exsits in almost 60% - 70% patients. It is mainly showed as crowded teeth dislocation. The incidence of dental caries and periodontal disease in crowded dentition is higher than that in normal teeth.

Open bite

Open bite happens in centric occlusion and non-centric occlusion,refers to the extent of vertical (superior-inferior) overlap of the maxillary central incisors over the mandibular central incisors,measured relative to the incisal ridges.In severe cases,open bite not only easily causes (occlusion) relationship disorder,but also causes facial deformity, affecting the function of the patient's mouth and face.

Cross bite

Crossbite is a form of malocclusion where a tooth (or teeth) has a more buccal or lingual position (that is, the tooth is either closer to the cheek or to the tongue) than its corresponding antagonist tooth in the upper or lower dental arch.It will hinder the anterior teeth or molars which causing wear of teeth, jaw pain and joint problems.

Deep overbite lingual inclination

Deep overbite: In addition to accompanying deep overbite (occlusion) of the cases, the maxillary anterior teeth incline to the tongue,also may cause the decrease of one-third of the height of the shorter side lip and chin ditch obvious.

Deep overbite with anterior teeth buccal inclination

Deep overbite with anterior teeth buccal inclination results from the dysplasia of bi-maxillary dental?arch and (or) bi-maxillary jawbone. It refers to the upper anterior margin overshadowed lower anterior teeth crown about 1/3 or more and also refers to the lower anterior teeth bite on the tongue side of the anterior teeth 1/3 or more.

Edge to edge occlusion

Edge to edge occlusion means the incisal edge of the anterior teeth can touch the incisal edge, without overbiting and overjet,easily leading to malocclusion, chewing ability decreasing, causing the temporomandibular joint disorder and digestive system dieases,etc.





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