Can The Asymmetry Of The Teeth Be Changed With Stirrup?
Hello doctor, my upper teeth are slightly curved upward, only a few degrees, so that when smiling by showing my teeth, it will only look half, and my smile looks imperfect like most others. About to fix, whether by installing stirrup? Or what, thanks 🙂
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Complaints in the form of a jaw condition that is less symmetrical so that it upsets the aesthetics, for example when smiling, usually occurs in conditions of tooth structure disorders. The problem of positioning abnormalities (malocclusion) of these teeth can be treated through orthodontic treatment (braces). The goal of treatment is to correct the abnormal position of the teeth, improve the bite relationship between the upper and lower teeth, and create a harmonious relationship of the teeth in the arch. With the achievement of these treatment goals, the patient's facial aesthetics will also improve.
We recommend that you consult directly with the dentist or orthodontist specialist in order to get an examination first. In addition to a physical examination of your teeth, your doctor may also plan an x-ray of your teeth and make dental molds through patient bites.
At home, it is recommended that you brush your teeth regularly with fluoride containing toothpaste. We recommend that you brush your teeth after eating and before going to bed. To enrich your horizons, you can read articles about braces installation. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.