Occlusion

A bad occlusion is the most common reason for referral to an orthodontist.
Discover the reasons.

The occlusion is any contact between the upper and lower teeth.
However, the setting is only considered complete when the dynamic relationship of morphological and functional among all components of the masticatory organ, of which, the teeth, the supporting structures of the teeth, the neuromuscular system, temporomandibular joints and the craniofacial skeleton form.
Most imbalances translate into temporomandibolar joint pain, earache, headache, difficulty and limitation in jaw movements and, in extreme cases, to lock the jaw with the inability to close.