Dental Spacing

Dental spacing is a condition in which the anterior (front) teeth are separated by large gaps. It is a common occurrence in children, and is often caused by thumb sucking or tongue thrusting. Crowding is the lack of space for all the teeth to fit normally within the jaws. The teeth may be twisted or displaced.

Benefits of Dental Spacing

  • Well-aligned teeth look good.
  • Increase the person’s self-confidence.
  • Easier to clean and maintain for the long term.