Is Smartee invisible orthodontic treatment suitable for me

Is Smartee invisible orthodontic treatment only applicable to simple and slight tooth alignment?

No, in fact, Smartee invisible orthodontic treatment can also solve a series of severe teeth misalignment, including tooth extraction. 

Gap teeth

Dental space refers to the gap between teeth, and can be seen between normal teeth or microdontia. Food will get stuck between teeth, damaging periodontal tissues and causing gingivitis, periodontitis and dental caries. Widely-gap teeth can affect the appearance of patient, causing mental disorders.


Teeth crowing

Teeth crowing is common and can be seen in 60%-70% of patients with malocclusion. It is manifested as bunching up, overlapping and twisting. Patients with crowded teeth face a higher risk of having dental caries and periodontal diseases than those with normal teeth arrangements. 


Open bite

Open bite is used to describe when the upper and lower teeth are unable to make physical contact with each other at the centric and non-centric position. Severe open bite will lead to not only disorder in intermaxillary relationship, but also facial deformity, affecting oral cavity function and appearance of the patient. 



If the upper teeth are on the inside of the lower teeth, that is a crossbite. Crossbite will hinder normal working of anterior teeth or molar, leading to tooth wear, mandible pain and joint issues.  


Deep bite and labial inclination 

Deep bite and labial inclination: In addition to the accompanying deep bite, the maxillary anterior teeth are also tilted towards the lips. It is possible that the lower 1/3 of the face is short and the mentolabial furrow is obvious.   


Deep bite and labial inclination

In addition to the accompanying deep bite, the maxillary anterior teeth are also tilted towards the lips. The lateral view shows either maxillary protrusion or mandibular retraction or both. The upper lip is short and flabby, and the lower lip is tight, with incompetent lips. 


Opposite blade

Edge to edge bite is to describe when biting edges of the upper front teeth bite directly onto the biting edges of the lower front teeth, without overbite and overjet. It is easy to lead to malocclusion and decreased masticatory ability, and affect articulatio mandibularis and the digestive system, etc.