The upper and lower jaws fit together perfectly and there is no asymmetry between the teeth and both jaws. If there are any conditions other than the teeth, an orthodontist should be consulted to diagnose, diagnose, and correct the related malocclusion (malocclusion).
Oral malformations in orthodontics are of two categories:
- Jaw malformations
- Dental malformations
Genetic factors, peripheral factors or a combination of both can affect both groups. Bone problems in orthodontic malformations are often inherited and require more complex treatment. Time of intervention is one of the important differences between dental and dental deformities. For correction of maxillary or skeletal malocclusion, the patient’s age is the most important so that healing and directing of the teeth and both jaws are possible only before sexual puberty. And that post-puberty time if the severity of maxillary malformations is severe is the only possible solution to orthodontic “dental orthodontics” with jaw surgery.