All the more reason to fight tooth and nail, to end bullying.

According to the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), most orthodontists in the U.S. have seen evidence of bullying among their patients with noticeable teeth problems.

A recently published study indicated a high prevalence of bullying in Jordanian schools, with many children experiencing bullying because of their dental or facial appearance. According to the study, kids with buck teeth, gaps in their teeth, crowded or missing teeth, are more likely to be the target of bullying.

(Click link below to view a video by the author of the study)

Crooked teeth, a significant cause in the likelihood of getting


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