Crowding occurs when there is not enough space in the mouth for your teeth. This can result in teeth overlapping and becoming crooked.
Spacing occurs where there is too much space in the mouth for your teeth. This can result in large, unsightly gaps between your teeth.
Protrusion occurs when the upper front teeth protrude outwards. This can result in a large gap occurring between the front upper and lower teeth.
A reverse bite occurs when the lower bottom teeth protrude outwards. This can result in a protruding lower jaw, also referred to as an underbite.
An open bite occurs when a gap appears between the upper and lower teeth when biting. This condition can affect both the front and back teeth.