Does straight teeth matter?

Does straight teeth matter?

Posted by Evrigenis Orthodontics on Mar 15 2022, 04:49 AM

Does straight teeth matter?

Does straight teeth matter? Yes, they do! Having straight teeth offer many benefits beyond aesthetics. Straight teeth are easier to keep clean and healthy, as well as more attractive. Straight teeth are also less likely to wear down with use. This means that your straight teeth are more likely to stay with you well into adulthood.

Here are the major reasons why having straight teeth is important:

  • Better Oral Hygiene and oral health

Teeth that are straight are easier to clean. Food particles, plaque, and bacteria have nowhere to hide, which minimizes the risk of cavities and gum disease. Straight teeth also make it easier to brush and floss your teeth properly. This goes a long way towards preventing oral health issues.

  • Improved Self-Esteem

Do you find yourself hiding your smile because your teeth are crooked or crowded? Do you get embarrassed when photos are taken because you dislike the way your teeth look? Are you embarrassed to meet new people because you feel insecure about your smile? If you have any of these issues, you’re not alone. In fact, over 90% of adults have some type of cosmetic issue with their teeth. Having a beautiful smile can make you feel more attractive, which in turn can boost your self-esteem and confidence in yourself.

  • Appearance

Straight teeth affect your smile’s appearance. They are more attrative and visually appealing. 

  • Speech and Chewing Ability

If you have crooked teeth, you may face a number of issues. For example, you may experience speech difficulties. That’s because crooked teeth may make you lisp or slur your words. You might also find it difficult to chew and bite down properly.

  • Long Term Protection And Prevention

Tooth misalignment and bite issues can lead to a number of oral health concerns. Teeth that are crooked or crowded are more difficult to clean. This increases your risk of tooth decay and gum disease. Misaligned teeth are also more likely to chip and crack. This can lead to tooth decay and tooth loss.

Correcting tooth misalignment can also help reduce your risk of TMJ disorder. When the upper and lower jaw fit together properly, your temporomandibular joints (TMJ) fit together well. When they do not, TMJ disorder can develop. This can cause painful symptoms like headaches, jaw pain, and stiffness.

Although most people associate straight teeth with an attractive smile, straight teeth can also improve your overall oral health. To know more, call us at (916) 923-9168 and schedule an appointment with the dentist.

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