Misaligned Teeth

Misaligned teeth, characterized by crooked, overlapping, or rotated teeth, can detract from the overall aesthetics of the smile and affect dental function. While misalignment can occur due to genetic factors, it can also result from habits such as thumb sucking, mouth breathing, or early loss of primary teeth. In addition to impacting appearance, misaligned teeth can also increase the risk of dental issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders.

Veneers offer a cosmetic solution for correcting mild to moderate cases of misaligned teeth without the need for traditional orthodontic treatment. By placing veneers over the front surface of the misaligned teeth, dentists can create the appearance of a straighter, more uniform smile. Whether opting for porcelain or composite veneers, patients can achieve a natural-looking result that enhances their overall appearance. With veneers, individuals can enjoy a straighter, more confident smile without undergoing lengthy orthodontic procedures.


Some of our cases