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Damage of large teeth to the jaw joint

It disrupts the occlusion mechanism of the large teeth (overjet and overbitta increase) made for aesthetic purposes. The incisal way of the condyle way slope changes its relationship with the inclination in an instant, and when the front teeth come together during biting, it will force the jaw joint and not get used to it over time will reveal joint problems. Some of the damages are:

Phonation disorder

Difficulty biting

Clicking and pain in the joint that takes a long time to treat

Problems in and around the roots of the teeth

Stomach complaints due to lack of chewing