The advantages of preventive dentistry may not be utilized for patients; for example, milk tooth decay may not be treated with the logic of “how to change”, teeth pulled prematurely, fluorescence and fissure protective applications may be ignored.
Genetic factors: especially in individuals with skeletal disorders, it is important whether there is a similar anomaly in the past. The missing teeth, narrow upper jaw, cross-section problems can also be passed to the child as a hereditary. In this case the emergence of orthodontic problems is inevitable. It is necessary to take the child to regular dentist control starting from the period of milk teeth.
Ear, nose and throat problems: (tonsillitis, presence of nasal and nasal flesh; continuous mouth breathing) can cause bad shape of the jaw bones and can create dental riding disorders.
Bad habits: finger sucking, long-term use of false pacifiers or bottles, tongue sucking, lip sucking, pen biting, such as bad habits can cause orthodontic disorders in the structure of teeth and jaw.
Some muscle disorders may also cause orthodontic problems.