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Crooked Teeth Treatment in Lahore

We each have a unique smile, but some of us hide our teeth due to crookedness or crowding. Dentists call this malalignment. It can be a lifelong issue or develop over time due to dental problems. Treatment options include orthodontics, Invisalign Clear Aligners, crowns , and veneers.

Symptoms of crooked teeth

Crooked or crowded teeth can range from mild to severe. Some may be easily visible in your smile, while others may be less noticeable if they affect the back teeth. Malalignment can affect the function of your teeth and mouth, leading to other symptoms.

Crooked teeth can affect the health of your teeth, how your jaw works and can even affect your posture and balance. Some symptoms that may be present include:

Causes of crooked teeth

Crooked and crowded teeth, gaps between teeth, and extra or missing teeth are often genetic. Other factors like injuries, thumb sucking, poor oral health, and dental disease can also contribute. Lost teeth in childhood or adulthood can lead to problems.

Malalignment may be purely cosmetic, but it can also affect tooth and jaw function. It’s advisable to consult your dentist early to address potential issues and explore treatment options for crooked teeth in Lahore.

Treating crooked teeth

Crooked and crowded teeth or an abnormal bite can be treated in a number of ways. Your dentist may recommend orthodontic treatment to straighten your teeth. Teeth can be straightened using a variety of techniques. Which one you decide on will depend on the condition of your teeth, the severity of your problem and your budget. Some of the available treatments include:

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Get prepared

When you schedule an appointment at SmileOn for crooked teeth treatment, you’ll likely have questions and seek prompt answers. It’s important to anticipate what information your dentist will require for assessing and treating your teeth.

Typically, your dentist will inquire about your medical history and conduct a comprehensive examination of your mouth, teeth, gums, jaw, tongue, throat, sinuses, ears, nose, and neck. Depending on your teeth’s condition, an x-ray may be necessary.

Your dentist will ask you some questions about your teeth, such as:

    • What are you unhappy about?
    • Do you have any pain?
    • Do your crooked teeth create problems when you’re eating?
    • Do you have any problems eating?

    Prepare your answers to these questions ahead of your appointment to expedite the diagnosis process.

What next

Learn more about what’s next by viewing some possible treatments. We recommend you book an appointment with a dentist for specific advice about your symptoms. You can book online or call us to book an appointment for crooked teeth treatment at 0333-8037161.


01. How much does it cost to treat crooked teeth?
The cost of treating crooked teeth varies based on their condition. We suggest visiting a dentist for an evaluation to determine the treatment cost. When booking online, choose a crooked teeth appointment for more information.
02. How much do braces cost?
It varies. Orthodontics are an investment in your smile and in your overall oral health. Treatment cost varies depending on the type of treatment used and the condition of your teeth. Your dentist will advise you on the best course of treatment for your teeth and talk you through the options available.
03. Do braces hurt?
Wearing braces is generally painless. You may experience initial discomfort for a few days as your teeth and jaw adjust. Occasionally, braces can cause mouth ulcers due to rubbing. Your mouth will adapt to the braces, and the pain should diminish. Your dentist or orthodontist can provide guidance on managing the adjustment period.
04. Can adults have braces?
When most people think about braces, they picture young teenagers wearing them. The truth is, adults can have their teeth straightened with braces too. It might be that your family couldn’t afford orthodontic treatment when you were younger, your condition has worsened, or that it’s just something that is more important to you now. There are a number of ways crooked teeth can be straightened including Invisalign(Clear Aligners), which uses clear, comfortable and removable aligners to gradually move your teeth into a desired position. Aligners are a little bit like a very thin mouthguard, or tray. Talk to your dentist or orthodontist for advice.
05. Do you need to treat crooked teeth?
One reason to straighten crooked teeth is to enhance your smile. But there are other reasons too. Crowded or crooked teeth are more difficult to clean and keep healthy. A crowded mouth can contribute to conditions that cause tooth decay, gum disease and the potential loss of teeth.
06. I’m anxious about visiting the dentist.
We understand dental fears from bad experiences. Our dentists are gentle and compassionate, and we care about your comfort. Let us know your concerns about pain or cost, and we’ll ensure you feel at ease.
07. Can crooked teeth be prevented?
Genetics can influence your teeth. Regular dental appointments and oral care help monitor their development. Prevention is key, avoiding pain and emergencies. Maintain good oral hygiene and establish a rapport with your dentist. We recommend daily healthy habits and regular visits to the dentist. For optimum oral health:
  • Practice good oral hygiene habits at home including brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day
  • Book hygiene visits with an oral hygienist or oral health therapist twice each year
  • Book routine exam and x-rays visits with your dentist once each year.

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