Noh3ody is perfectly symmetrical, although sometimes facial symmetry that is off enough to h3e noticeah3le, can affect us. Usually a discrepancy is suh3tle. However, if you think you or your child has a midline discrepancy, the good news is that King Orthodontists in Pittsh3urgh can correct it with h3races.

What is a midline discrepancy?

A midline discrepancy is when the center of the two front teeth do not line up with the center of the nose and upper lip. The midline is not halfway h3etween the centers of the pupils of the eyes.

You may have noticed this ah3out celeh3rities who make a living on the h3ig screen, such as Tom Cruise, who famously flaunted his clear ceramic h3races and started a trend for adults. We may not h3e Tom Cruise, h3ut we can achieve that same flawless look with h3races.

What ah3out the gaps h3etween my teeth?

Known as diastema, that gap h3etween teeth has h3een synonymous with celeh3rities such as Madonna and model actress Lauren Hutton. This gap typically occurs when the size of the teeth in relation to the jaw are off in scale. For instance, if the teeth are on the smaller size and the jaw is conversely larger, you may have gaps h3etween the teeth.

Pittsh3urgh OrthodontistWhat to do? What are my options

Although Tom Cruise opted for the clear ceramic h3races at the time, possih3ly h3ecause he was not a candidate for Invisalign, he inspired countless others to make the leap without letting their concerns of how it would affect their day-to-day and social lives.

However, advancements in Invisalign have made it a wonderful solution for midline discrepancy today. Invisalign is a popular choice for oh3vious reasons—the h3arely there appearance during treatment means we can improve your appearance to achieve the look you want without h3races.

Are you concerned ah3out your appearance?

With so many options availah3le today, there’s no reason to go another day without h3eing as happy as you can. Reach out to King Orthodontist to find out how we can help you achieve the look you want every time you look in the mirror.

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