Calibration case

■ Case - 1
The patients in the picture are examples of uneven teeth and protruding lips.
In general, if the ratio of teeth size to gum bone size does not match, and the size of teeth is relatively larger than that of the teeth, the teeth may overlap and may move forward. Since this phenomenon is mostly noticeable in front of the front teeth, it is easy to get noticed and you have a habit of covering your mouth when you laugh to hide something you don't want to see. If your teeth are even, you can laugh with confidence and give a bright impression on your relationships.
The patient's upper teeth were stretched forward and his lower teeth overlapped due to a lack of space. As your upper front teeth are extended, your lips stick out and you can't see well.
These patients should take the small molars right behind the fangs and make room for them.
Using this space, not only can you stretch your overlapping teeth and arrange them evenly, but you can also see your protruding lips.

■ Case - 2
Open bite
Opening of teeth is a phenomenon in which the upper and lower teeth can not engage each other. Therefore, people have difficulty chewing food properly. Some of the teeth do not engage, while others do not. Most of the openings are closely related to jaw joint problems and create asymmetry in the lower jaw, making it difficult to see the appearance of the face. This personsition is classified as perling with a high degree of perversion. 

[Patient-1]
As you can see in the picture, the patient's upper front teeth could not bite over his or her front teeth, and the jaw joint made noises and complained of pain. This is a typical example of perication, which has problems with the molars. When biting, his molars were first touched, which became a lever, and he had severe pressure and stiffness in his jaw joint. For this reason, he also had a migraine. These migraines disappear as soon as you start remedial treatment.

[Patient-2]
Another case of this patient is a very severe case of enception. In this case, only one point of the rearmost tooth was touched and not all of the front teeth were touched. The cause of opening occlusion should be accurately identified and treated. It is important to identify whether it is a bone problem or a dental arrangement problem, and sometimes even jaw surgery should be considered. In addition to the X-ray analysis, the diagnosis of an open occlusion patient requires analysis of the model and treatment of the model. The older the patient gets, the better the outcome. However, it is not difficult to get good results if correct treatment is given to college students like this patient. The size of the patient's opening occlusion is enough to require surgery on his jaw. However, since the cause was diagnosed as a devout (problem in the dental arrangement), the corrective treatment helped to rearrange the teeth and produce good results.