When should I have braces?

A dentist recommends a braces if you have an incorrect or obscene bite. The following situations are usually corrected with the dental position:

Strong spreading of the teeth, usually due to missing one or more permanent teeth (aplasia) (see Figure 1).
Severe congestion in the teeth (very oblique) (see Figure 2). It is difficult to maintain optimal oral hygiene and thus a greater likelihood of developing periodontal disease.
Big open bett, where the chew function and betting function are very impaired.
Very deep bite, where the teeth bite on the gums behind the front teeth and thereby cause damage (see Figure 3).
Heavily overbetted.
Heavily understated, also known as “bulldog teeth”.
In case of improper betting.