Frequently asked questions

What is a malocclusion?

Malocclusion is a generic term for teeth that don't fit together properly. This may be due to staggered jaw growth, a lack of space for the teeth or, on the contrary, an excess of space. There are several types of malocclusion, each with its own specific treatment.

How to correct a malocclusion?

There are dozens of appliances and techniques available to correct a malocclusion. The final choice rests with the orthodontist, who will suggest to the patient what he or she feels is best. However, the success of the therapy does not depend solely on the specialist, but is the result of teamwork with the patient, focusing in particular on oral hygiene and everyday practices.

Collaboration between the patient and the patient's family remains essential.
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