What is Overbite?
Overbite is a dental condition where the upper front teeth overlap with the lower front teeth. This can cause a range of problems, from difficulty chewing and speaking to self-consciousness about your smile.
Overbite can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, thumb-sucking, and improper oral habits. If left untreated, overbite can lead to a range of dental problems, including tooth decay, gum disease, and jaw pain.
How Does Caspersmile Aligners Correct Overbite?
Caspersmile aligners can help correct overbite in a way that's discreet, comfortable, and effective. Caspersmile aligners work by using a series of custom-made trays that gradually shift your teeth into their ideal position, giving you a straighter, healthier smile that you'll love. Our orthodontists will create a personalized treatment plan that's tailored to your specific needs and goals, ensuring that you achieve the best possible results.
With Caspersmile aligners, you can enjoy:
- Achieve a straighter, more confident smile.
- Improve your bite function and reduce the risk of dental problems.
- Enjoy the benefits of clear, nearly invisible aligners that won't interfere with your daily life.
- Receive personalized treatment plans that are tailored to your unique needs and goals.
- Get support around the clock with our 24/7 customer care.
- Work with a team of experienced orthodontists who will ensure that you achieve the best possible results.
How long does it take to correct an Overbite with Caspersmile aligners?
The length of treatment varies depending on the severity of the overbite and other factors, but most patients see results in 6-12 months.
Can I eat and drink with Caspersmile aligners in?
You should remove your aligners before eating or drinking anything other than water. This helps prevent staining and damage to the aligners. You can brush your teeth and rinse your mouth before putting the aligners back in.
How often do I need to wear my Caspersmile aligners?
You should wear your aligners for at least 22 hours per day, taking them out only for eating, drinking, and oral hygiene. Failing to wear your aligners for the recommended amount of time can prolong treatment and lead to less satisfactory results.