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Straight Talk About Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth can compromise your confidence. As this video explains, they can also necessitate trips to a dental office located in New York City because of poor oral health.

Proper teeth alignment does more than provide a beautiful smile. It allows the structures of the mouth to work together harmoniously. When teeth suffer from an overbite, underbite, or crossbite, they can cause injury to each other during the chewing process. Crooked teeth often suffer from premature wear and tear, as they repeatedly strike each other with each bite. An uneven smile might also result in gum disease. If you cannot properly brush and floss your teeth because they overlap, you risk the buildup of plaque that can inflame gums. With the help of a cosmetic dentist, though, you can undergo Invisalign treatment and enjoy straighter and healthier teeth.

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