Case 1: Lower jaw midline does not match the upper jaw midline
Case 2: “Eye” teeth are up high and upper jaw has “crowding”

Case 3: Bite is “open” in the front and front teeth do not touch normally
Case 4: Upper teeth are inside the lower teeth or “underbite”

Case 5: Front teeth do not touch properly and lower jaw midline is off
Case 6: Upper jaw has “spacing”

Case 7: Upper jaw has “crowding” and front teeth overlap
Case 8: Upper jaw has “spacing” and front teeth overlap severely

Common orthodontic problems treated with phase I
interceptive treatment and finished with phase II

Comprehensive Adult Treatment

These photos are actual patients of Axelrode Orthodontics. Results may vary in individual cases.