In the jaws, the irrationality of the teeth makes families very uncomfortable. Aesthetic and functional aspects must also be treated. This condition can be genetically derived as well as environmental factors. For example, due to loss of early milk teeth, new teeth lose their guides. It goes from the wrong places.
Finger sucking, pacifier, pencil biting, etc., as well as the unbalanced pressure of the teeth they cause the dangers of the teeth. If left in the early period, the problem goes by itself.
Bad habits apply a force to the teeth according to the shape of the habit. The tooth also moves due to this abnormal force. The thing to do is to take such habits seriously and to let them go as soon as possible. If you do not pass this stage, if you say that it is too late, you should immediately go to an orthodontist and get the necessary treatment or recommendations.
One of the most curious questions is the timing of orthodontic treatment. If the problem is dental, that is when you close your mouth, your chin, on your face, if there is any problem can be treated at almost any age. It only takes a little more time in late ages. Ideally, it is done until adolescence.
Causes of Orthodontic Disorders
- Inheritance: The irregularity in the teeth of any mother, father or relative can be transferred to the child with genes. It is not possible to prevent this.
2. Nutritional Disorders: Persons with insufficient nutrition will experience volumetric shrinkage in the jaw and facial structure, and they will have irregularities, rotations and embeddings, as normal teeth will not find the necessary place in small jaws.
3. Oral Breathing: If the patient cannot breathe through the nose, a negative effect may occur on the growth potential of the upper jaw.
4. Finger Suction: A newborn baby has a very advanced suction mechanism. Finger sucking decreases with age. In the early period of finger sucking, no measures are taken. Generally, finger sucking should be started after 3.5 years of age. The child who continues this habit will have dislocations and closure disorders in the lower and upper teeth. .
5. Bad habits: bad habits such as tooth squeezing, nail biting, biting pencil, lip biting.
6. Early loss of milk teeth.
7. Irregularities due to compression of the teeth in front of the teeth of the age of 20.
8. Irregularities due to tooth loss.
9. Hormonal disorders, systemic diseases and genetic predispositions.
Orthodontic treatment processes vary according to dental cases.