Posterior (distal) occlusion.
Posterior occlusion is one of the most complex ones in terms of orthodontic treatment. The most difficult thing is that few dentists know how to treat distal occlusion. In the overwhelming number of cases, orthodontists insist on the removal of upper jaw teeth to treat this type of malocclusion. It is really more convenient, as you can quickly achieve a "visible orthodontic result." A true professional will resort to tooth removal only in exceptional cases, keeping in mind that occlusion involves a full set of teeth. The treatment of posterior occlusion does not only mean working with teeth, it also involves working with muscles, joints and other masticatory organ structures. You may have even teeth so it may seem like a simple treatment, but it is extremely difficult to achieve correct tooth position and joining of teeth. Whatever bite you have, you should choose an orthodontist thoroughly and carefully. Health is easy to lose, but it is very difficult and expensive to regain.