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Why Treat Crooked Teeth

why straighten crooked teeth davidsonville md Crooked teeth are more than just a cosmetic concern. Over time, crooked teeth can increase your risk of developing gum disease, tooth decay, and even TMJ. Finding the right solution to address crooked teeth can save you time, money, and discomfort in the long run.

At Wooddell & Passaro Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry, we work with you to provide the right solution for your dental needs. We can create a personalized solution based on your needs. To learn more about your treatment options for crooked teeth, visit our Davidsonville, MD dental office.

Why Treat Crooked Teeth?

Aside from cosmetic reasons, when the teeth are not properly aligned, it can lead to jaw pain, discomfort, and worn teeth. Certain teeth may receive more pressure than others, causing the teeth to weaken over time. Malocclusion (misalignment of the bite) can be caused by a range of dental concerns from chipped or misshaped teeth to misaligned teeth.

Patients with a misaligned bite are at an increased risk of experiencing teeth grinding. Patients who grind their teeth may experience symptoms like headaches, jaw pain, and broken teeth. When crooked teeth are left untreated, it can lead to more complex dental issues in the future.

Treating Crooked Teeth in Davidsonville, MD

Treating crooked teeth will depend on the condition of the teeth and severity of alignment. Davidsonville dentists, Dr. Wooddell and Dr. Passaro will work with you to create a treatment plan that addresses the function, health, and aesthetic of your smile. For most patients, we may recommend a combination of cosmetic and restorative services to improve your smile.

For patients with advanced orthodontic concerns, we may work with a local specialist to coordinate the dental care you need.

Schedule An Appointment

If not treated, crooked teeth can affect your oral health. To learn more about your treatment options, visit our Davidsonville, MD dental office. Patients can call (410) 343-7075 to schedule an appointment or schedule an appointment online.