When there's not enough room in the mouth for all of the teeth, they may become overcrowded and overlap each other.
When there's too much space between the teeth, it can cause gaps that are noticeable when smiling or speaking.
An overbite occurs when the upper front teeth extend too far over the lower front teeth.
An underbite occurs when the lower front teeth extend too far forward, or the upper front teeth are too far back.
A crossbite occurs when the upper and lower teeth don't line up properly, leading to improper jaw alignment.
An open bite occurs when the front teeth don't touch when biting down. occurs when the upper front teeth extend too far over the lower front teeth.