BRIAN E. STEINHOFF, D.D.S., M.S.D., INC.

EARL D. STEINHOFF, D.D.S.

"Dedicated to Excellence in Orthodontics"

Before & After

Upper teeth protrusion / "Buck Teeth" / Class II
The upper front teeth are too far forward compared to the lower teeth.



   

   
   

Underbite / Class III / Anterior Crossbite
The upper front teeth bite inside the lower teeth.



   
   

Overlapping of teeth / Crowding - There is not enough room available in the jawbone to have the teeth evenly positioned.



   
   

Gapping between teeth / Spacing - Spaces between the sides of the teeth.



   
   

Crossbite of back teeth / Posterior Crossbite - The upper back teeth fit on the inside of the lower back teeth.



   

   
   

Open bite - The upper front teeth do not cover the bottom front teeth.



   
   

Deep Bite / Overbite - The upper front teeth cover the bottom teeth too much.



   
   

Midline Shift - The middles of the upper and lower front teeth do not line up when the teeth are biting together.