Doha Dental is proud to serve as your go-to Doha orthodontist. We have been serving our community with the very best in orthodontic health care for years, and we look forward to doing so for many more years to come. As a full-service orthodontic practice, our mission is to treat our patients to unparalleled customer service and care, and to bring beautiful, healthy smiles to our patients of all ages. When you visit our office you will quickly notice that we are a state-of-the-art facility. We use only the best in treatment methods and the latest in orthodontic technology. With the help of orthodontics, including Invisalign, we are able to help patients fix malocclusions better than ever before.
Put simply, malocclusions, or bad bites, are basically teeth that don’t fit well together. Malocclusions, of any kind, are typically caused by extra teeth, lost teeth, impacted teeth or abnormally shaped teeth, thumb sucking, tongue thrusting, ill-fitting dental fillings and crowns. Whatever the cause of crowded teeth, treatment with orthodontics (Invisalign or braces) is the way to realign teeth. Treatment varies depending on the severity of the malocclusion, but a consultation appointment with your local Doha orthodontist will provide you with all the information you need regarding treatment options.
There are many common conditions that we are talking about when we talk about malocclusions. An overjet, is when the upper teeth are pushed severely outward. Spacing and/or crowding issues are when there is either too much or too little room for the teeth. Crowding teeth in children can prevent permanent teeth from coming in properly, and in some cases crowded teeth can prevent permanent teeth from coming in at all; this is called impaction. An open bite is when the upper and lower front teeth do not overlap. In an underbite the lower teeth reach out farther forward than the upper teeth. These are just a few of the common malocclusion conditions. Doha Dental is your go-to Doha orthodontist for the treatment of malocclusions. Whatever your orthodontic condition, our expert professionals will be able to assess and develop a treatment plan that works best for you.