How should my teeth look for the perfect bite?

14 November 2023

A young man with a perfect bite

There are so many benefits to having straight teeth! Besides having a more confident smile, it can also ensure good oral health and overall well-being. If you’ve ever wondered how your teeth can be straighter for that perfect smile, read on to gain a better understanding of teeth alignment and why it’s important for your oral health.

What does a perfect bite look like?

Having a perfect bite isn’t just about being able to smile confidently for the camera. It’s actually a very crucial factor in improving your oral health. Clear aligners can help make your teeth straighter and improve both your smile’s appearance and overall oral well-being.

Half eaten bread demonstrating the perfect bite

Evaluating your smile for the perfect bite

When you look at your teeth from the side, you can see a lot about how they’re aligned. Ideally, when you smile from the side, your teeth should form this elegant curve, with the bottom ones peeking out a bit and the upper ones tucked away nicely. It’s all about creating that picture-perfect smile! 

​​Zenyum Invisible Braces can help you correct your bite at affordable prices and with visible results. A well-aligned bite can enhance your overall facial structure, help you smile confidently and improve your oral health. And a Free Smile Assessment is all you need to get started on your Smile Journey!

How can Zenyum help with the perfect bite?

Zenyum has worked with expert partners and harnessed next-level tech to improve our aligner treatment. No matter how complex your case is, Zenyum Invisible Braces can treat your smile.

Improve your smile with a perfect bite

Maintaining a perfect bite and smile isn’t merely for cosmetic reasons. More importantly, it has the ability to boost your oral health. When your teeth line up nicely, it reduces the chances of gum issues and cavities. Issues like overbites and crooked teeth, known as malocclusions, not only affect your appearance but can also cause various dental problems. Straighter teeth can greatly improve your oral health by making it easier to brush and floss effectively, ensuring healthier gums in the long run.


What are the signs of unhealthy teeth?

Unhealthy teeth may lead to toothaches, sensitivity to hot or cold, bad breath, swollen or bleeding gums, tooth discolouration, visible cavities, and loose teeth.

What should teeth look like at rest?

The upper teeth should lightly touch the lower lip without being overly visible, and there should be a subtle, harmonious curve to the alignment.

What do damaged teeth look like?

Damaged teeth may appear discoloured, chipped, cracked, or have visible cavities. Severe damage can result in noticeable tooth decay, dark spots, or even missing portions of the tooth.

Can you save damaged teeth?

Yes! Damaged teeth can often be saved with treatments like fillings, crowns, root canals, or implants. Seek prompt dental care for the best outcomes.

Man demonstrating the perfect smile you get thanks to an ideal teeth bite

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