With an open bite, the patient’s teeth do not close at all. Accordingly, they do not contact each other in any way. Such a bite can be found in the front and in the sides.
In addition, single teeth and entire groups of teeth can be involved in such a process. In places where teeth cannot close, the process of chewing food is disrupted.
It follows from this that the more teeth are not closed, the more difficult is the chewing of food. And accordingly, problems arise from the digestive system. In addition, patients with such a bite suffer from speech disorders.