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I am Dr Ahmad Nounu BDS, MJDF RCS, did you know the Invisalign system is able to treat a range of problems including overly crowded teeth, overbite, under bites, open bites and gaps in teeth?
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Crowded teeth can make it hard to brush and floss well. Then it’s easier for plaque, tartar, and harmful bacterial to build up — and down the line, this can lead to tooth decay and gum disease 
When your overbite is too large, your dentist might tell you you have a deep bite. This can cause problems, from your teeth wearing down to pain in your jaw [2
An underbite can make it hard to chew properly and speak clearly, and it might cause your teeth to wear down more quickly 
A crossbite can make your teeth wear down or chip. It can also make your gums start to recede or make little notches above your gum line . This kind of damage can lead to painful gum problems or even bone loss
Gaps between teeth can create pockets between your teeth and gums where food can get stuck. It can make your gums tender and sore and even lead to gum disease.
An open bite can make it hard to chew or difficult to bite into some common foods, like apples [6,7,8]
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