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If You Suffer From and Are Seeking Treatment For An Overbite, Consider Invisalign Clear Braces

When looking at the total number of dental disorders in the United States, did you know that overbites account for nearly 70 percent? There are many treatments made available to individuals suffering from an overbite, but one well-known solution can sometimes be overlooked. Invisalign is well known for correcting misaligned and crooked teeth, but did you know that it is also great at correcting an overbite? If you are in the Indianapolis, Indiana area and looking to fix your overbite, you should talk with Dr. Matthew Church and the team at Washington Street Dentistry to learn how Invisalign may be the treatment you have been seeking.

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Will Invisalign Fix My Overbite?

The most important factor when it comes to any dental or orthodontic treatment is the skill and knowledge of your dentist. Dr. Matthew Church has been successfully utilizing the Invisalign treatment to correct his patients’ overbites. After your dentist’s expertise, the next most important factor in this treatment working for you is your dedication to following prescribed instructions. Your commitment to wearing the clear aligners is critical in how your treatment progresses. Depending on the severity of your overbite, Invisalign may be a great option for you. You will need to have a discussion with your dentist and undergo an examination to determine just how well your overbite can be treated by Invisalign.

Understanding Overbites

If you suffer from an overbite, you will have either a vertical or horizontal overbite. When the top teeth have a significant overlap of the bottom teeth, this is a vertical overbite. A horizontal overbite occurs when the top teeth jut out from the bottom.

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While these two types of overbites have their differences, they also share certain commonalities. Both forms of overbite are a result of dental or skeletal issues. If your overbite results from a skeletal problem, the issue lies in how your jaw developed. Dental overbites are a result of the placement of your teeth. It does not matter which form of overbite you have since both will significantly impact how your teeth develop and will require some form of orthodontic treatment to correct. Invisalign invisible braces are one such treatment that has proven effective in treating these types of overbite.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Matthew Church at Washington Street Dentistry, call (317) 333-6788 today.

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Dr. Matthew Church

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A graduate from the University of Kentucky, Dr. M Church has an extensive amount of skill and expertise in the field of professional dentistry. With over 20 years of experience, he is a firm believer in providing his patients with the best possible care for their dental concerns. Whilst being educated and experienced in a multitude of dental services, Dr. Church is particularly proficient in the areas involving Invisalign, for which he is a certified provider, cosmetic dental services, and dental implants.

Dr. Church invests both time and resources in educating and maintaining his standard of quality in terms of his service. He undertook and graduated from the Misch International Implant Institute Surgical Program and maintains active membership with the American College of Oral Implantology. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

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