Orthodontic treatment is mostly correction of abnormal alignment of the teeth such as:
Overcrowding: A situation in which the jaw is too small for the teeth, causing them to overlap and appear crowded.
Overjet: An overjet refers to the horizontal relationship of the upper and lower front teeth in which the upper front teeth are too flared out.
Overbites (deep bite): When your top teeth cover too much of the bottom teeth.
Underbites: An alignment issue in which the bottom front teeth extend outward farther than the upper front teeth.
Open Bites: When the top and bottom teeth do not meet either in the front or the back.
Crossbites: The alignment of the teeth are in a way that the upper teeth sit to the inside of the lower teeth
Gaps and spaces between the teeth