Cases Treatable at ALIGNERCO

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Cases Treatable at ALIGNERCO

When you are considering braces and researching the different types, you will discover that the foremost in demand are invisible aligners. Aligners are the new-age braces. They are custom made trays for your teeth, and no matter what stage of your life you are at, you will be thankful for how our innovative treatment has minimal interference with your lifestyle. Braces are a device that is used by orthodontists to align teeth and fix a persons bite. Braces can be used to provide cosmetic or structural corrections to teeth.Treatment with ALIGNERCO gives you the security which you would expect from orthodontic treatment.

Braces can fix anatomical misalignments or problems like an overbite, underbite, crossbite, overjet, teeth crowding and spacing between teeth. When these conditions are treated early, the procedure is often less invasive and very successful.



What is an Overbite?

An overbite is when your upper front teeth extend beyond the lower teeth.

Can ALIGNERCO fix an Overbite?

Yes, ALIGNERCO can fix an overbite. It really depends on the complexity and severity of the overbite. ALIGNERCO can correct mild to moderate cases, and sometimes even more complex overbites.

What problems can be caused by an Overbite?

An overbite can cause unhealthy wear and tear on your teeth, lead to bad chewing habits, may cause the bottom front teeth to harm the gums above the top front teeth, cause speech problems, result in an unattractive smile, and it may lead to a significant increase in jaw pain as you age.

Benefits of treating an Overbite

  • Straighter teeth and better bite
  • An attractive smile
  • Healthier gums and teeth




What is an Underbite?

An underbite is when the lower jaw juts forward and is not in line with the upper jaw.

Can ALIGNERCO fix an Underbite?

It depends on the level of severity of the underbite that you have; sometimes simple cases can be treated.

What problems can be caused by an Underbite?

Underbites can sometimes restrict tongue movement and cause speech impediments. An underbite can also cause difficulties in proper chewing.

Benefits of treating Underbite

  • Establish a beautiful and healthy smile
  • Will strengthen the patient’s confidence
  • Less strain on your jaw muscles when chewing



What is a Crossbite?

A crossbite means that when closing your mouth some of the upper teeth are sitting inside the lower teeth. It is also known as ascissor bite. Crossbites are most commonly caused by genetics, delayed loss of baby teeth, or even thumb sucking.

Can ALIGNERCO fix a Crossbite?

Yes, ALIGNERCO clear aligners can fix some types of crossbites.

What problems can be caused by a Crossbite?

A crossbite can lead to irregular teeth wear, loss of teeth, and can even lead to headaches caused by abnormal stress placed on the jaw.

Benefits of treating Crossbite

  • Make your smile and face look more symmetrical
  • Avoid irregular wear to teeth
  • Avoid abnormal stress to the jaw


Crowded teeth

What are crowded teeth?

Crowding can present itself in many ways: overlapping teeth, rotated teeth, and teeth that are partially impacted in the jaw. There are several reasons why teeth can be crowded, sometimes the teeth are too big for small jaws, sometimes bad habits lead to malpositioning of teeth and sometimes baby teeth are lost too early or too late and the adult teeth do not erupt in the correct position.

Can ALIGNERCO fix crowded teeth?

Yes, our clear aligners can fix crowded teeth. Our specialized team of dentalexperts will show you how your teeth will look like after the treatment.

What problem can be caused by crowded teeth?

Teeth crowding affects 74% of American adults. If it is left untreated it can lead to periodontal disease and create an abnormal amount of stress on teeth and the jaw which can lead to premature wear & tear. The effects of crooked teeth can worsen over time and may adversely affect your overall health.
Crowding can fracture the edges of teeth. Additionally, a bad bite may produce improper forces on the jaw joint which may lead to jaw pain and even cause headaches. It becomes difficult to remove plaque and bacteria from the crowded area. Bacteria that is not properly removed will multiply and lead to periodontal disease which begins as gum inflammation, redness and cause bleeding while brushing and flossing.

Benefits of treating crowded teeth

  • Teeth are easier to brush and floss
  • Avoid jaw pain and issues
  • A straight smile boosts confidence and self-esteem



What are gapped teeth?

Gapped teeth means having a distinct space between twoteeth.

Can ALIGNERCO fix gaps in teeth?

Yes, ALIGNERCO can close the gaps, but it depends on the cause of the gaps.

What problems can be caused by gaps in teeth?

Gaps in teeth not only affect people mentally and emotionally but also cause some physical issues. Having gaps between your teeth can cause food to get stuck between your teeth when you are eating, which can be uncomfortable, embarrassing and also lead to more cavities and gum disease.

Benefits of treating gaps in teeth

  • Smile confidently
  • Avoid getting food stuck between teeth
  • Change facial structure



What is an Overjet?

An overjet means the upper front teeth protrude outward. It is also referred to as ‘Buck Teeth’.

Can ALIGNERCO fix an Overjet?

Yes, ALIGNERCO can fix an overjet. It really depends on the complexity and severity of the overjet.

What problems can be caused by an Overjet?

An overjet can cause unhealthy wear and tear to your teeth, lead to chewing problems and sometimes even causes speech impediments.

Benefits of treating an Overjet

  • Change facial structure
  • Can eat what you want
  • Speak & smile with confidence

Wondering if ALIGNERCO is right for you? Take our Smile Assessment to find outnow.


Wikipedia contributors. (2020, November 6). Scissor bite. Wikipedia. Santos-Longhurst, A. (2019, March 21). What Causes Buck Teeth (Overbite) and How Do I Treat Them Safely? Healthline.

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