In a Class III relationship, the lower jaw protrudes beyond the upper jaw, causing the chin to be prominent. This jaw discrepancy can cause bite and jaw joint problems.
After Orthodontic treatment, the jaws are correctly positioned and the teeth have been placed in their correct relationship. The jaws and teeth are able to function correctly. In some situations, jaw surgery may be required.
The teeth are also misaligned. The lower teeth protrude beyond the upper teeth, making it difficult for the individual to bring their front teeth together.
Orthodontic treatment can reposition misaligned teeth into a more natural relationship, helping to improve their appearance and creating an esthetic smile.