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Every patient has
unique oral needs.

From minor to severe, seealine can correct most cases to help you achieve the goals of your practice.

Class II

Class II is where the lower first molar is posterior (or more towards the back of the mouth) than the upper first molar. In this abnormal relationship, the upper front teeth and jaw project further forward than the lower teeth and jaw

Class III

Class III is where the lower first molar is anterior (or more towards the front of the mouth)than the upper first molar. In this abnormal relationship, the lower teeth and jaw project further forward than the upper teeth and jaws.

Anterior Crossbite

If the front teeth are in crossbite, one or more top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth.

Anterior Crossbite

If the front teeth are in crossbite, one or more top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth.

Anterior Crossbite

If the front teeth are in crossbite, one or more top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth.

Anterior Crossbite

If the front teeth are in crossbite, one or more top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth.

Anterior Crossbite

If the front teeth are in crossbite, one or more top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth.

Anterior Crossbite

If the front teeth are in crossbite, one or more top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth.

Class II

Class II is where the lower first molar is posterior (or more towards the back of the mouth)than the upper first molar. In this abnormal relationship, the upper front teeth and jaw project further forward than the lower teeth and jaw

Class III

Class III is where the lower first molar is anterior (or more towards the front of the mouth)than the upper first molar. In this abnormal relationship, the lower teeth and jaw project further forward than the upper teeth and jaws.

Anterior Crossbite

If the front teeth are in crossbite, one or more top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth.

Spacing

An excess of space for your teeth which results in gaps between your teeth.

Open Bite

An open bite occurs when the top and bottom teeth do not touch at the front or back of the mouth when the jaw is fully shut, leaving a space between them.

Crowding

When teeth are unable to fit in an even row within the available space in the mouth, they go out of alignment, overlap, and appear irregular and crooked.

Deep Bite

A deep bite is a malocclusion in which the upper front teeth excessively overlap the bottom front teeth when back teeth are closed.

Posterior Crossbite

If the back teeth are affected, upper teeth sit inside of bottom teeth.