In an underbite, the bottom jaw sticks forward.
When the bottom front teeth bite in front of the top front teeth, this limits the forward growth of the top jaw, leading to a severely retrusive top jaw. If a person goes through puberty without treatment for an underbite, they are left with a very debilitating problem that will probably require surgery. To avoid this, we can treat children from the age of six or seven with a painless interceptive treatment that changes the relationship between top and bottom jaw.
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