Orthodontic Conditions Gap Teeth
Gaps in teeth, also known as Diastema, is a common dental concern. When there is a space between two or more teeth, it can cause discomfort, difficulty eating, and even self-esteem issues.
This article will explore the causes of gaps in teeth, the problems they can lead to, and the different treatment options available.
What is Gap Teeth?
Gap teeth is a condition where there is a noticeable space between two or more teeth. This can occur in the front teeth, the back teeth, or both. Genetic factors, missing teeth, misaligned jaw, or thumb-sucking habits can all cause gaps in your teeth.
Issues Caused by Gaps in Teeth?
Gaps in teeth can lead to several dental problems, including:
- Difficulty biting and chewing food
- Speech impediments
- Greater risk of gum disease and tooth decay
- Self-esteem issues
Concerned about your smile?
If you are concerned about a gap in your smile, there is no need to suffer in silence. With a variety of treatment options available, there is a solution for everyone.
At West House Dental, we are dedicated to helping you achieve a healthy, confident, and beautiful smile.
Call 020 8866 3025 today to schedule a free consultation and see how we can help you achieve your best smile yet.
Treatment Options for Gap Teeth?
At West House Dental, Dr Telmo has over ten years of experience treating gap teeth and other orthodontic issues. He offers a variety of treatment options to help close the gap and improve the overall appearance of your smile. Some of the options available include:
- Dental bonding
- Dental veneers
- Dental implants
- Orthodontic treatment (such as braces or Invisalign)
Why Choose West House Dental for Orthodontic Treatment
At West House Dental, we understand the importance of a healthy and confident smile. That’s why we offer free consultations to assess your needs and determine the best treatment for your gap teeth.
Our experienced and knowledgeable staff, combined with the latest technology and techniques, make West House Dental the premier destination for orthodontic treatment.