What are the 3 types of occlusion?
- Cross Bite.
- Open Bite.
What is the most common classification of occlusion?
What is basic occlusion?
What are 3 classifications of orthodontic treatment?
What is a Class 2 occlusion?
What is the difference between occlusion and malocclusion?
What is a Class 3 occlusion?
What is a Class 3 jaw?
Class III is where the lower first molar is anterior (or more towards the front of the mouth) than the upper first molar. In this abnormal relationship, the lower teeth and jaw project further forward than the upper teeth and jaws. There is a concave appearance in profile with a prominent chin.
Is Class 1 occlusion normal?
This is the correct occlusion, and it gives the person a well-balanced profile in the anteroposterior plane.