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No Age Bar : Break Through all the Barriers

I3D Liner Treatment is recommended for any age group , starting from 12 yrs to 65 yrs because your smile is ageless. Get yourself treated with I3D Liner today, for a comfortable and happier life ahead (Support with a picture, all age groups)



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Crowding

Crowding is very common and it’s often caused by a lack of space, resulting in teeth that are crooked and overlapped.

Edge-to-edge bite

This is when biting edges of the upper front teeth bite directly onto the biting edges of the lower front teeth.

Crossbite

When an entire side of your upper teeth fall inside the lower teeth, it is called as a crossbite. When only the front teeth fall inside, it is called as an anterior crossbite. In simple terms, the lower teeth are closer to the cheeks giving space to the upper teeth to fit inside them or vice versa.

Overbite

This situation, your upper teeth overlap the lower ones A huge overlap between the upper and lower teeth is called deep overbite. A deep overbite will wear down the lower teeth faster. Generally, an overbite pushes your chin back towards the jaw joint sometimes leading to jaw pain or clicking.

Underbite

An underbite is opposite of overbite. Here, the lower teeth are ahead of the upper teeth. The chin is pushed forward in an underbite.

Open bite

An openbite is when the teeth are not well-aligned. If the lower and upper front teeth do not touch each other while closing the mouth, it is an open bite.

Midline Shift

Midline is the line between the two center teeth of the top and two center teeth of the bottom of mouth. Midline shift is when the line between the top teeth doesnt sit directly over the line between the bottom teeth.

Spacing:

Spacing can occur between two or more teeth. Some of the causes can include missing teeth, small teeth, tongue thrusting and thumb sucking.

Overjet

An overjet is where your top teeth extend past your bottom teeth horizontally .

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