Where do dental and facial problems come from?

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Most malocclusions, that is, misaligned teeth and/or jaws, are largely hereditary. This is particularly true in the case of tooth overlapping or spacing and jaw misalignment, such as a retrusive lower jaw and a receding chin. However, some malocclusions are acquired, such as problems caused by thumb sucking, continuously pushing the tongue on teeth, facial trauma, and premature tooth loss. These problems affect not only tooth and jaw alignment, but also the individual’s physical appearance, chewing and speech.

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