Orthodontic problems may occur in the teeth as a result of early tooth extraction, genetic predisposition, bumps and blows, finger sucking, pencil biting or mouth breathing in childhood. These orthodontic problems can be seen as crowding, misalignment, level difference. In individuals in developmental age and individuals with mild orthodontic problems, these problems can be solved by using removable appliances or the basis for fixed orthodontics can be prepared. The type of problem, age of the individual, severity of the problem and patient cooperation are important factors in the preparation of removable appliances. The planning and application of removable appliances should be applied by specialist dentist. For more information, you can reach us from the Patient Counselor Line.