Conditions

Source:  Conditions    Tag:  anteroposterior
The condition that the methods of orthodontics are used for the correction is anteroposterior differences. Another situation which led to an orthodontic treatment is overcrowded teeth. [change] Anteroposterior differences Anteroposterior differences are the differences between the teeth of the upper and lower jaw anteroposterior direction. For example, teeth can be too forward compared to the lower teeth ( "overjet increased.") The hairstyle is attached to the accolades by metal brackets or facebow and is anchored at the back of the head or neck with straps or a head-cap. Elastics are generally used to apply pressure to the front or brackets. Its goal is to slow down or stop the upper jaw increasingly, therefore, prevent or correct a overjet. For more details and photos, see Headgear - orthodontics.