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Due to lack of space on the dental arcade, the teeth overlap. Teeth “stripping” is often used in addition to dental appliance. In some specific cases, extractions can be suggested.

Alignement dent bas

 

Alignement dent bas

 

 

Alignement dent haut

 

Alignement dent haut

 

 

Alignement dentition bas

 

Alignement dentition bas

 

 

Alignement dentition haut

 

Alignement dentition haut

 

 

Chevauchement sourire

 

Chevauchement sourire

 

 

Chevauchement dent

 

Chevauchement dent

 

 

Chevauchement dentition

 

Chevauchement dentition

 

 

Chevauchement sourire

 

Chevauchement sourire

 

 

A cross bite case is defined by the misalignment of the lower and upper jaws. One or more teeth of the lower arch can thus bite outside the upper arch.

Dentition croisé

 

Dentition croisé

 

 

Sourire articulé

 

Sourire articulé

 

 

Sourire retouché

 

Sourire retouché

 

 

Sourire revu

 

Sourire revu

 

 

“End-to-end” is a kind of malocclusion that refers to a situation where teeth of the two dental arcades touch each other end to end during the closing of the teeth. Teeth wear out over time.

Bout à bout sourire

 

Bout à bout sourire

 

 

Bout à bout sourire

 

Bout à bout sourire

 

 

Bout à bout dentition

 

Bout à bout dentition

 

 

Bout à bout sourire

 

Bout à bout sourire

 

 

Bout à bout sourire

 

Bout à bout sourire

 

 

When teeth are too much in front, we use stripping or extractions to generate space and repel teeth. Here, the cases show “bi-proalveole”, meaning that the two arcades go together on the front.

Dentition en avant

 

Dentition en avant

 

 

Dents en avant

 

Dents en avant

 

 

Inter-dental spaces can be adjusted using orthodontic treatments. Depending on the nature of the spaces to be closed, the treatment plan is different.

Dent espace interincisif

 

Dent espace interincisif

 

 

Dentition espace interincisif

 

Dentition espace interincisif

 

 

Dent espace interincisif

 

Dent espace interincisif

 

 

Dentition espace interincisif

 

Dentition espace interincisif

 

 

Sourire espace interincisif

 

Sourire espace interincisif

 

 

Espace interincisif

 

Espace interincisif

 

 

Espace interincisif

 

Espace interincisif

 

 

Espace interincisif

 

Espace interincisif

 

 

Espace interincisif

 

Espace interincisif

 

 

The upper teeth overlay too much of the lower teeth, which generates wear of the tip of the lower incisors and prevents the establishment of a compression wire at the top. The cases presented here associate moderate to severe overlaps with these overlays.

Dentition recouvrement excessif

 

Dentition recouvrement excessif

 

 

Dent recouvrement excessif

 

Dent recouvrement excessif

 

 

Dent recouvrement excessif

 

Dent recouvrement excessif

 

 

Dentition recouvrement excessif

 

Dentition recouvrement excessif

 

 

Dentition recouvrement excessif

 

Dentition recouvrement excessif

 

 

Sourire recouvrement excessif

 

Sourire recouvrement excessif

 

 

Some patients show black triangles between some teeth, for different reasons (gingival recession, etc). An orthodontic treatment associated with stripping makes it possible to greatly reduce the incidence of black triangles.

Retouche dents

 

Retouche dents

 

 

Retouche dentition

 

Retouche dentition

 

 

Retouche sourire

 

Retouche sourire

 

 

Retouche sourire

 

Retouche sourire

 

 

When there is a strong shift between the top and the bottom teeth and that only the teeth of the upper arcade are in front, then we use a treatment that includes either stripping, or in the case of larger offsets, maxillary premolar extractions or surgical mandibular advancement.

Décalage

 

Décalage

 

 

Décalage

 

Décalage

 

 

 

If you have any questions about orthodontic treatments, feel free to contact us by phone, email, or alternatively, book an appointment online.