What Causes An Overbite?

Overbite is a condition that many people deal with in their lifetime. Over time, tooth wear and improper chewing habits can lead to an overbite. In this blog post, we will explore what causes an overbite and how you can get the teeth back into alignment again!

There is a lot of information you can find online and in books about what causes an overbite, but we like to keep things simple: Overbites occur naturally as the teeth wear down or when they are misaligned due to improper chewing habits. Over time, if left untreated these conditions become more severe and it becomes harder for your dentist to fix your problem with braces alone. That’s why many people turn towards Invisalign® clear aligners as their solution!

One thing that will play a role in how quickly you see results with Invisalign® is whether or not there is space between your upper and lower front teeth

– this spacing allows room for the trays to fit, so it’s important to note if your teeth are touching. Overbites can cause problems with speech and enamel wear, so it’s best not to wait too long before taking action!

– Overbite occurs naturally as the tooth wear down or is misaligned due to improper chewing habits

– Over time left untreated these conditions become more severe and harder for dentist alone; turn towards Invisalign® clear aligners

– One thing that will play a role in results is whether there is space between upper & lower front teeth; spacing allows room for trays to fit – Overbites can effect on speech & enamel wear, don’t wait too long before acting!

How to Fix an Overbite Over

bites can be fixed in a variety of ways. Over time, tooth wear and improper chewing habits lead to overbite conditions- when the front teeth protrude further than their counterparts on your lower jaw. If you want to fix an overbite without having braces or Invisalign®, then traditional metal braces might be the right choice for you!

If you don’t like how conventional metal braces look but still want straighter teeth, consider using clear aligners such as Invisalign®. Clear plastic trays will gently shift your top & bottom teeth into place while also straightening them at the same time! Over years this method is proven effective with no pain and little maintenance needed (besides wearing your trays). Not only that but Invisalign® is the clear choice for those who want straighter teeth without having to wear metal braces.