Please consult a dental professional to help determine the best treatment for you. This could include braces or Invisalign.
Thank you for your question.
Yes, this can definitely be addressed. Many adults have orthodontic treatment done. We have patient’s as old as 80 years old who undergo orthodontic treatment. Also, there are a variety of different options to address your “buck teeth.” The first step is to start with an initial consultation to learn more about what you can do.
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Thank you for your question and I hope this helps.
1) Your upper teeth may be flared out with lots of spacing present. If that is the case, then closing those spaces in a certain way will correct your problem.
2) Your problem may be caused by a dental problem requiring us to move the teeth in each jaw in a certain way to correct the excess overbite. You may or may not require extractions.
3) You may have a true jaw discrepancy. Your upper jaw may be too big OR your lower jaw may be too small. Each problem requires a different solution.
The best thing for you to do is visit the orthodontist (a specialist in orthodontics) and have a complete examination performed. Orthodontic records (X-rays, photos, impressions, or scans) will probably suggested to receive an exact diagnosis & a treatment plan. You will probably be given some different options of treatment.
Good luck achieving a beautiful smile. It’s definitely worth the time & finances that you will invest.