In a Class II relationship the lower jaw is positioned far back from the upper jaw. These individuals may have a small chin. The jaw discrepancy may cause bite and jaw joint problems.
Once Orthodontic treatment has been performed, the teeth are repositioned and the jaw discrepancies have been corrected, helping to prevent bite and jaw joint problems.
The teeth are also misaligned and in a Class II, div 2 relationships, the upper front teeth are tipped inwards. This may affect jaw movements, and may also be an esthetic concern.
Orthodontic treatment can correct the positioning of misaligned teeth and transform an unaesthetic smile into a beautiful natural smile.