A gap between your front teeth or perhaps anywhere else in your teeth: some people like it, others want to get rid of it as soon as possible. In this blog we will tell you how a gap between your teeth can occur and what we can do for you if you would rather see the gap disappear.
How does a gap between teeth occur?
When someone has a lot of space between certain teeth, it can have several causes. For example, it could be that your teeth are actually too small for your jaw, leaving too much space in your jaw. This is also called an excess of space. You may have lost a tooth at some point. This can also be a reason for a gap between your teeth. Because you lost a tooth, there is excess space in your jaw.
Of course, what can also be a reason for a gap between teeth is thumb-sucking. By thumb sucking you push the teeth away.
A gap between the teeth is also called a diastema. You see this more often in children than in adults. In fact, the gap may disappear over time. When the gap is still visible at puberty, we can be almost certain that it will not disappear naturally. When the cleft is perceived as disturbing, we may choose to correct it with braces.
Get rid of the gap between your teeth with Invisalign!
Are you not so happy with the gap between your teeth and want to correct it with braces? Then come and see us at our practice. It is possible to straighten your teeth with an aligner of Invisalign.
The brace is almost invisible and is comfortable to wear. Every week you replace the aligners with a new set so that your teeth are gradually brought to the ideal position. Another advantage of an aligner is that you can take it out, so you can continue to floss and brush your teeth properly. Curious about how your teeth will look after treatment with Invisalign? Have a 3D scan made of your teeth in our practice. With this, we can give you a sneak preview of your new smile!
Let’s straighten it out babe!
Want to know more about our treatment with Invisalign? Please contact us for a free intake consultation. We will be happy to tell you all about our treatment method and answer all your questions. You can email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call/whatsapp to +31 643536236.