Crowding occurs when you don’t have enough space for all teeth to fit within the jaws. The teeth may be rotated or overlap.
A crossbite is misalignment of the arches.
An open bite is most commonly seen when your back teeth are closed and touching, but your front teeth do not touch.
This occurs when the upper and lower teeth don’t meet properly and in some cases protrude outwards.
Spacing occurs when you have extra space resulting in gaps between the teeth.
Underbite occurs when the lower teeth extend past the upper front teeth.
A deep bite is when upper front teeth excessively overlap the bottom front teeth when back teeth are closed.