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Outward upper jaw, orthodontic treatment - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   HI
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User :   WHY DO ORTHODONTICS MOVE LOWER JAW IF TEETH BITE IS PROBLEM
User :   WILL IT DISTURB NATURAL SETTING OF THE BONE.?
Doctor :   i can help you
User :   YES I WANT TO ASK BOUT ABOV THING
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Doctor :   can u phrase the question
Doctor :   i didnt get you
User :   IT IS ABOUT ORTHODONTAL TREATMENT
Doctor :   ok
User :   ALINEMENT OF TEETH
User :   UPPER JAW IS SLIGHTLY OUTWARD
Doctor :   it can be carried out for purely aesthetic reasons with regards to improving the general appearance of patients' teeth. However, there are orthodontists who work on reconstructing the entire face rather than focusing exclusively
User :   LOWER JAW IS INSIDE
User :   FOR CHILD AT AGE 13
Doctor :   please do not use caps lock
User :   OK
Doctor :   Orthodontic treatment can focus on dental displacement only, or can deal with the control and modification of facial growth.

Doctor :   it is done to prevent crowding of teeth
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