Dental Problems

Learn More About Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth don’t just look bad; they can also lead to serious oral health issues. It’s essential to seek treatment if you have crooked teeth for aesthetic and dental reasons. Please book an appointment with our clinic for a personalised treatment plan that will fit your needs.
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Dental Problems

Dental Services That Can Address Crooked Teeth

Royal Dental Spa offers affordable dental services that can help address crooked teeth and restore your healthy smile.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions About
Crooked Teeth

  • Genetics.
    Genetic conditions such as crowding, abnormal jaw size or shape, extra teeth, overbites, underbites, and poor tooth or palate development can all be passed on to future generations in the family.

  • Premature baby tooth loss.
    A common cause of crooked teeth is early baby tooth loss. When a child loses one or more primary teeth prematurely, it can create gaps that allow other permanent teeth to shift into the space and become crowded.

  • Poor oral hygiene.
    Suppose you don’t care about your dental health. In that case, gingivitis could eventually lead to periodontitis, a more serious form of gum disease that could cause loosening and shifting of teeth and even tooth loss.

  • Tongue thrusting.
    One possible culprit for crooked teeth is tongue thrusting. This common habit occurs when your tongue pushes up against your front teeth while swallowing rather than resting on the roof of your mouth. If left unchecked, this action could lead to an unevenly aligned set of teeth over time.

  • Thumb sucking.
    Crooked teeth could be due to something as simple as the habit of sucking your thumb when you were younger. Thumb (or toy) sucking can cause dental issues like misaligned teeth, so parents need to discourage this behaviour in their children.

  • Malnutrition.
    Poor nutrition can have serious consequences for your oral health. Malnutrition deprives your body of the essential nutrients to grow strong teeth, bones, and tissue. These deficiencies could lead to crooked teeth and other lasting dental problems, so be sure you get all the vitamins and minerals needed for a beautiful smile.

  • Trauma.
    Unexpected trauma from sports accidents and beyond can lead to misaligning your teeth. If you experience any sudden injuries that affect your smile, be sure to consult with a professional dentist right away.

  • Mouth breathing.
    Crooked teeth can be caused by mouth breathing in children. Poor alignment of the upper and lower jaw due to prolonged periods of mouth breathing could result in uneven tooth positioning.

Having crooked teeth can drastically change your facial appearance. And in some cases, misaligned or badly spaced teeth can negatively impact aesthetics and lead to health problems.

Straightening crooked teeth can boost your confidence and reduce the risk of oral health problems. A straighter smile promotes a healthier mouth and better dental hygiene habits, allowing you to enjoy a healthy smile.

Crooked teeth usually don’t straighten on their own. Except when baby teeth fall out and adult replacements move in, the gap is filled naturally. But if that isn’t enough to align those pearly whites again, professional dental management could help put them back on track.

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