Take the Giannetti & Booms Orthodontic Assessment!

Looking for Transformative Changes to Your Oral Health and Smile?

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, and a straight, healthy grin displays confidence, openness, and friendliness to everyone who sees it. Even more importantly, an aligned bite helps you maintain optimal oral health for a lifetime!

Drs. Giannetti and Booms have created a short quiz to help you assess your orthodontic needs and provide you with suggestions for moving forward. Simply answer the following questions in reference to the individual that is interested in, or possibly in need of, orthodontic treatment. You will receive your results right away!

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    Step 1 of 11 - Question 1
    Your friend shows you a candid photo of you smiling. What’s the first thing you notice?



    Step 2 of 11 - Question 2
    Let’s check if your bite is aligned. When you close your mouth, do your four back teeth (molars) sit directly on top of one another?



    Step 3 of 11 - Question 3
    Do your lower teeth sit in front of your upper teeth when your mouth is in a neutral, closed position? This is commonly known as an underbite.



    Step 4 of 11 - Question 4
    The opposite of an underbite, an overbite happens when the upper teeth are further forward than the lower teeth. Do you have an overbite?



    Step 5 of 11 - Question 5
    Crowding happens when there’s not enough room in your mouth for all your teeth. Do some of your teeth overlap or seem like they’re sharing the same space?



    Step 6 of 11 - Question 6
    Do you ever experience headaches or jaw pain?



    Step 7 of 11 - Question 7
    Snoring can be a sign of bigger health issues. Do you snore regularly?



    Step 8 of 11 - Question 8
    Have you noticed your jaw popping as you open and close your mouth?



    Step 9 of 11 - Question 9
    A misaligned jaw can cause damage to your teeth. Do any of your teeth appear to be worn down or cracked?



    Step 10 of 11 - Question 10
    Do you favor one side of your mouth when chewing?



    Step 11 of 11 - Question 11