Jetting Out Teeth Correction

Teeth jetting out, also known as protruding teeth or overjet, is a common dental issue that can cause various issues, including difficulties chewing, trouble speaking, gum disease, tooth decay, and low self-esteem. This condition occurs when the upper front teeth extend beyond the lower front teeth, resulting in a misaligned bite. 


One of the most common methods is through braces. But orthodontic (braces) treatment can effectively correct some conditions related to misalignment or misalignment of the upper jaw or mainline, if the patient’s age, oral hygiene, bone condition, and the duration of treatment (usually lasting 1-2 years) allows it. If not braces, our skilled team corrects jetting out teeth through a variety of other cosmetic procedures(smile design), such as crowns, bridges, and veneers, all of which can be great alternatives or smart choices for achieving a beautiful, confident smile. The use of dental veneers or crowns has the advantage of being faster than orthodontic treatment for Jetting Out Teeth repair. Also, you can change the color and shape of your teeth as desired. Depending on the patient’s needs, we may mix smile design and orthodontic therapy. If there is a possibility that the nerve of a tooth may be exposed during treatment, an intentional root canal treatment (RCT) is performed beforehand.


House of Dontics is well-known for its oral dental treatment. We offer clients results-oriented and customer-focused services. We are the best choice for getting the fastest and most trustworthy treatment for Jetting Out Teeth Correction in India. We endeavor to provide the most acceptable results to our clients with our 5+ years of experience and committed set of services. Our jetting teeth correction treatment process includes the proper alignment or shaping of the front teeth flare.

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Orthodontic appliances

Braces, crowns, bridges, veneers, or other orthodontic appliances may be used to move the teeth into the correct position.


Extraction of teeth

In some cases, the removal of one or more teeth may be necessary to create space for the remaining teeth to shift into their proper position.



Small metal or ceramic pieces that are bonded to the front surface of the teeth. Brackets serve as an anchor point for the wires that will be used to move the teeth.



A thin metal wire that is attached to the brackets and exerts pressure on the teeth to move them into the desired position.

DTX Studio Implant

Elastic bands

Elastic bands may be used in conjunction with orthodontic appliances to apply additional force to move the teeth.



Headgear is a device worn outside of the mouth that applies pressure to the teeth and jaw to help move the teeth into the correct position.



After the teeth have been moved into their desired position, retainers are used to hold them in place while the bone and surrounding tissues adapt to the new position.


3D Scanners

Advanced scanners are used to create a 3D model of the patient's teeth and mouth, allowing for precise measurements and accurate aligner fabrication.

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  • Schedule a consultation with an orthodontist to determine the best treatment plan for your needs.
  • Practice good oral hygiene, including brushing and flossing regularly to maintain healthy teeth and gums.
  • Avoid hard or sticky foods that can damage braces or aligners, such as hard candy, popcorn, and chewing gum.
  • Take any prescribed medications as directed by your orthodontist, such as pain relievers or antibiotics.
  • Quit smoking and limit alcohol consumption, as they can negatively affect your oral health and impede the success of your treatment.
  • Take any necessary X-rays, photos, or impressions to help plan and monitor your treatment.
  • Attend all scheduled appointments and maintain communication with your orthodontist or dentist throughout the course of your treatment.
  • Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing twice a day and flossing daily to keep your teeth clean and healthy.
  • Avoid hard, sticky, or chewy foods that may damage your teeth or cause the jetting correction to shift.
  • Wear a retainer as instructed by dentist to maintain the position of your teeth.
  • Attend regular check-ups with dentist to monitor the progress of your teeth and the correction.
  • Use over-the-counter pain relievers as recommended by dentist to alleviate any discomfort after the treatment.
  • Avoid smoking or using tobacco products as they can interfere with the healing process.
  • Limit alcohol consumption as it can cause dry mouth and slow down the healing process.
  • Use a mouthguard if you play sports to protect your teeth from any potential impact.
  • Follow a healthy diet that is rich in vitamins and minerals to promote overall dental health.
  • If you experience any unusual pain or discomfort, contact the dentist immediately for advice.

Understanding Root Causes of Dental Issues

tooth damage

Bottle feeding

Bottle feeding over an extended period in childhood

Gum disease


Pacifier sucking or thumbsucking

Congenital absence

Improper alignment

Improper alignment of the teeth


Ggenetic factors

can be attributed to genetic factors

failed root canal

Tongue thrusting

Tongue thrusting


Overcrowded teeth

Overcrowded teeth

tooth injurery

Late growth

Late growth of adult teeth



Injury to the mouth or jaw

Our Treatment Process

Initial consultation

The first step is to consult with an orthodontist or dentist to determine the appropriate treatment for your dental condition. During the consultation, the dentist will evaluate your teeth and recommend the best treatment plan.

X-rays and impressions

Before treatment begins, dentist will take X-rays and impressions of your teeth to create a detailed plan for your treatment.


If braces are recommended, the next step is to attach brackets to your teeth using a special dental adhesive. Wires are then threaded through the brackets and adjusted over time to gradually shift your teeth into the desired position.


You will need to visit dentist periodically for adjustments to your braces. These adjustments help to ensure that your teeth are moving according to plan.

Crowns and bridges

If your teeth are severely damaged or decayed, dentist may recommend crowns or bridges to restore your teeth. Crowns are caps that are placed over a damaged tooth to protect and strengthen it, while bridges are used to fill gaps between missing teeth.


Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are placed over the front of your teeth to improve their appearance. This procedure involves removing a small amount of tooth enamel to make room for the veneers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Anyone with protruding or crowded teeth can benefit from jetting out teeth correction.

The treatment involves the use of orthodontic appliances, such as braces crowns, bridges or veneers, to gradually shift the teeth into their correct positions.

The length of time for jetting out teeth correction varies depending on the severity of the issue, but it typically takes anywhere from 6 to 24 months.

Some patients may experience mild discomfort during the procedure, but this is normal and typically subsides after a few days.

Yes, wearing a retainer after jetting out teeth correction is important to maintain the teeth’s new position and prevent them from shifting back.

While some patients may experience temporary changes in speech during the procedure, these issues typically resolve quickly.

Patients may need to make some adjustments to their diet during jetting out teeth correction, but they can typically eat most foods with some care.

Correcting jetting out teeth has no age restrictions, and orthodontic treatment can be successful at any age. However, in children and adolescents, the jaw bones are still growing, making it easier for them to change the position of their teeth. As a result, younger individuals may benefit more from treatment.

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