Crossbite | Treatable cases with Reveal
Crossbite | Treatable cases with Reveal
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Crossbite

Crowding

Crooked Teeth

Spacing

Overjet

Overbite

Underbite

Crossbite

Open Bite

What is a Crossbite?

Your upper teeth are supposed to close down slightly over the outsides of your lower teeth. But in a crossbite,
one or more of your lower teeth overlap the front outer surface of your upper teeth. Crossbites
can occur in front or back teeth.

Causes
Crossbites are often due to a discrepancy in the jaw or tooth positioning or both.

If you don’t fix it
A crossbite in front teeth puts them at risk for chipping and gum recession. A crossbite in back teeth can cause uneven wear and damage.

How to correct 
Reveal® Clear Aligners can be used to treat crossbites caused by tooth positioning. If the crossbite jaw positioning, your orthodontist may want to first correct the jaw alignment, using a Motion 3D appliance or another method, before finishing your treatment with Reveal® Clear Aligners.

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