Q.What's a Crossbite?
Crossbite is one form of malocclusion in which a tooth (or teeth) is in a more buccal or lingual position i.e. the tooth is either leaning toward the cheek or toward the tongue in comparison with the corresponding antagonist tooth in the upper or lower dental arch. in fact, the lateral misalignment of the dental arches is called Crossbite.
Q.Q. Does Crossbite bring more problems ahead?
This kind of malocclusion may cause headaches due to the stress and pressure forced upon the jaw muscles. Also, grinding the teeth can deteriorate the situation. This malocclusion can also lead to loss of teeth or recession in gums. In some cases, it can even lead to effects on groth of your face or jaw.
Q.Is it treatable?
Yes.This problem can be solved too.