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I have a question. I have underbites (when the lower front teeth are positioned before the upper front teeth). I would like to know what are chances for nonsurgical orthodontic attempts?

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Hello!
I think this is very hard, actually impossible to say over internet, meaning without looking at your jaw, teeth …
In average, nonsurgical orthodontic attempts at treating skeletal underbites can result in the chin’s already prominent appearance. This can be done by retraction of the lower front teeth (underbites). Nonsurgical orthodontic attempts that treat skeletal underbites can result in lower front teeth which are periontally compromised.
But, what exactly can be done in your case, well, this must be examined by doctors in person.
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