An excessive overjet is when the top teeth overlap the lower teeth, protruding forward beyond the lower teeth and leaving a gap between the protruding upper teeth and lower teeth. Overjets are often confused with deep overbites by the public and even some general dentists. Ovejets should be corrected to in order to prevent jaw problems and wear on the teeth. Take a look at the before and after cases below to see real examples of overjets that Diamond Braces helped its patients overcome and how Diamond Braces’ orthodontists treated this condition. Compare the before and after pictures to see our patients’ happy smiles.
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