A. Choose one abnormal bite type or skip if your upper front teeth just nicely cover a bit of your lower teeth.
(Test when you are fully biting on your back teeth!)
Openbite: front teeth don't bite fully leaving visible gap(s)between them or just merely bite on their incisal edges.
Overbite: the upper teeth cover too much of the lower teeth.
Underbite: the lower teeth and jaw stick out forward in front of the upper front teeth.
B. Add if any of your top teeth bite inside of your lower teeth.
C. Add one according to how crowded your teeth appear.
D. Add one or more if you observe any of the following:
E. Add if you have missing teeth.
Disclaimer: This atlas provides patients to choose between simple observational features that make it easy to find cases similar to their own orthodontic problems. It does not represent accurate diagnosis of orthodontic disease. You should always consult with a dentist that practices orthodontics or an orthodontist specialist before any relative decisions.
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