Many patients and doctors do not consider direct bite to be a pathology, but only as long as the patient's teeth do not turn into an evenly flat worn-out platforms. Direct bite is characterized by zero overlapping of anterior teeth, whereas normal upper teeth should overlap lower teeth by 1/3 of their crown length. The wrong overlapping of anterior teeth leads to premature abrasion of the front teeth. In some cases, the abrasion of the front teeth can reach 1/3 of the crown length, and in some cases half a crown. Natural abrasion process is slow and takes a lot of time, but even the hardest tissue in the human body is susceptible to abrasion due to malocclusion. What are the dangers of tooth abrasion? A patient with worn-out teeth is a toothless patient! Tooth abrasion is accompanied by temporomandibular joint dysfunction, lowering of the one-third of lower face part and a number of other problems with the chewing organ. Does all of the above information not convince you to treat your bite? So, let's wait for the major changes in the mouth to take place, when you are not able to chew properly. You will take an independent decision to undergo an orthodontic treatment, at which stage you will need complex rehabilitation of masticatory apparatus.