Why are Aligned Teeth Important
Your teeth are aligned for a reason. To understand why, you first need to know how your teeth develop and what the function of alignment is in the first place. When a baby’s mouth develops, it goes through stages from stage one where there are no teeth at all to stage four where most permanent teeth have erupted into the mouth. In stage two, some of the primary or baby teeth start erupting while others remain underdeveloped with no roots yet. The purpose behind this is that different types of chewing come with different tooth alignments which help us get ready for eating certain foods like meat and bread as we grow up…
Crooked teeth can cause a number of problems, including heart disease.
The study found that people with crooked teeth were more likely to have high levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) than those without them, which may be linked to an increased risk for cardiovascular diseases like coronary artery disease or stroke.
Crooked teeth can also make it difficult to chew and speak properly. Crooked teeth can’t be cleaned properly and can lead to cavities, gum disease and tooth decay.
Having crooked teeth also makes it difficult for the person who has them to eat normally because they are not able to chew food properly. This causes a number of problems including difficulty swallowing, wearing down your jawbone faster than normal or infections in your mouth due to bacteria from food that sits there longer than usual
Your dentist has the skills needed to straighten your teeth so you’ll feel better about yourself and not worry about passing on mouth bacteria as often anymore! For more info you can always read Invisible Aligner Blog!Read More