Treatment with a deep bite is considered more effective if it is started even during periods when temporary teeth erupt, either the first or second permanent molars, or when temporary incisors are replaced by permanent ones. The doctor sets himself the following tasks:
- neutralization of the root cause that led to the violation;
- correction of the shape of the dental arches and the position of individual teeth;
- stabilization of the mandibular position, normalization of the jaw development.
For correction, various methods and techniques are used, taking into account the initial provoking causes, the period of formation of a broken bite.
If we are talking about a temporary deep bite, it is recommended to explain to children the need to chew solid foods (crackers, raw fruits and vegetables) to stimulate adequate jaw development, normal formation of alveolar processes and the dentition. If caries is found that affects temporary molars, then they are restored as much as possible. They try to eradicate bad habits, such as biting the lips, sucking a finger, etc. This should be done as early as possible, since such habits are not harmless to form a bite.
In the period of an active bite change - from about 5.5 to 9 years - they begin intensive orthodontic correction. It is at this time that lateral tooth decoupling occurs, which leads to dentoalveolar elongation and contact with the corresponding teeth, so the incisal overlap becomes smaller. If a neutral deep bite is diagnosed, then for removable lateral dental separation, special removable plates are used that are installed on the upper jaw and have a bite area for an anterior denture, clasps and other fixators. Such a plate is made on a wax basis, is modeled on the upper jaw and has a thickening in the front, which serves to separate the lateral teeth by a couple of millimeters more than with a physiological calm state. The plate is fixed using clasps, vestibular arcs, or other fixing devices. In order for the lower jaw not to move anteriorly, left or right, the bite area should have imprints of cutting incisal edges and tubercles of the fangs of the second jaw. In some cases, the plate is provided with a spring mechanism or an expander screw.
Sometimes orthodontic eliners are used to correct a deep bite. These transparent mouthguards help to correct the violation invisibly to others, but they are not always shown. They can be used only in patients with a simple displacement. Many experts draw attention to the fact that the effect of treatment with braces and aeliners with a deep bite is almost the same. However, wearing eliners is more comfortable - both psychologically for the patient himself and practically.
Correction with mugs tolerates a deep bite: special pads are made of elastic transparent polymer material, which does not injure soft tissues and is practically not felt in the oral cavity. Mouthguards can solve many orthodontic problems at almost any age.
And yet, most often, experts recommend correcting the deep bite with braces, or the so-called bracket systems. The special design provides the necessary pressure, helping to restore the correct position of the dentition. With a deep bite, you can use any kind of braces - lingual, vestibular, metal, ceramic or ligature. Which type will be more suitable for a particular person, the doctor decides.
Often with a pronounced deep bite, conventional treatment does not bring the desired result. In this case, doctors are advised to seek help from orthodontic surgeons.
Invasive orthognathic surgery includes a number of methods and techniques that make the intervention extremely gentle. All manipulations to correct a deep bite and bone defects in an adult patient are performed through the oral cavity, with a minimum intensity of movements of the surgeon and with a minimum incision. 
After orthognathic surgery, facial scars do not remain, and the result can be observed immediately after completion of the intervention. The preparation period takes about a month: during this time, the doctor, using special programs, pre-models the necessary manipulations that will be used during surgical treatment. This minimizes the likelihood of risks, as well as shortens the term operation. , 
What do deep bite patients need to know about possible surgery?
- The operation to correct a deep bite can be performed from the age of 18, at the end of the period of bone growth.
- The operational period lasts approximately 1-6 hours, which depends on the complexity of the problem.
- Intervention is performed under general anesthesia.
- In the postoperative period, orthodontic therapy will be prescribed with the mandatory wearing of braces. The duration of this wearing is determined in a specific order.
After the operation, the patient is given an individual rehabilitation plan and further orthodontic treatment. 
In the uncomplicated form of a deep bite, the use of various aids is allowed, which, in particular, are special exercises.
Dentists have developed a set of classes that is suitable for independent use at home. Classes should be held regularly, as the success of the event completely depends on this. Optimally, this complex is suitable for children and adolescents, since their maxillofacial system is still at the formation stage. Children are encouraged to perform exercises under the supervision of adults.
To correct a deep bite, you need to carry out such manipulations daily three times a day:
- Open your mouth wide, then gradually rhythmically, applying short translational movements, close it.
- Touch the sky with the tip of the tongue and push the tongue as far back as possible. Keeping your tongue in this position, open and close your mouth.
- Put the elbow of one hand on the table, rest your chin on the palm of the put hand. In this position, open and close the mouth (the head should move, but not the lower jaw).
- Repeat the first exercise.
The above exercises are repeated one after another six times. In addition to classes, one should not forget to load the jaw, regularly chewing hard plant products, which also helps to improve the dentition.
Also, such an exercise should be practiced daily. The patient becomes straight, hands wound behind his back, chin lifts up. It extends the lower jaw as far away as possible, after which it returns to its original position. The exercise is repeated three times a day for fifteen times.
Any such exercises are carried out very carefully, because too intense movements can harm and even lead to the need for urgent medical attention.
Myogymnastics with a deep bite
In childhood, malocclusion is often associated with abnormal function of the maxillofacial muscles. In order for the child to chew, swallow, breathe and speak normally, the muscles of the mouth and face must be balanced. For example, if the baby constantly breathes with his mouth, his mouth is open. This entails excessive tension of the masticatory muscles, a change in the width of the jaws and improper bite formation. Or, when the process of swallowing changes with mimic hyperactivity, the child forms a gap between the front teeth, which entails problems with speech quality. Such examples clearly demonstrate the interconnectedness of the work of human organs.
With a deep bite, doctors often prescribe myogymnastics, which is a kind of training of the facial muscles. We suggest you consider the basic exercises used for such a correction.
- The lower jaw is gradually advanced anteriorly until the lower incisors are in front of the upper. They fix the position for ten seconds, after which they also gradually return to their original position.
- They take a wooden stick, pull a rubber tube over it, place it between the front teeth. The patient alternately clenches and unclenches the jaw.
To achieve the effect, classes are carried out twice a day for about 12-14 times, daily. However, before proceeding to gymnastics, you should first consult your dentist.
Prosthetics with a deep bite in adults
If the question arises about prosthetics, then patients with a deep bite are first sent to the orthodontist - to "raise" the height of the bite.
Prosthetics will be performed after orthodontic therapy. In this case, teamwork is used, during which the orthopedic surgeon is responsible for the overall medical concept. He consults with the orthodontist, discussing the necessary result. The orthodontist, in turn, analyzes how it can be implemented. Next, the orthopedist draws up a diagram of the movement of teeth and passes it to the orthodontist.
If the patient already has any orthopedic devices (veneers or crowns) in the oral cavity, then braces can be placed on them. But, after the completion of the period of orthodontic correction, such devices are most often replaced, due to a change in the occlusion and the shape of the dentition.
After completion of the preliminary treatment, previously established temporary crowns are replaced by permanent ones, taking into account the changed occlusion.
The orthodontic splint - the retainer - is not glued to the orthopedic structure. The exception is veneers: in this situation, the inside of the tooth is not involved, and the tire will be clearly fixed. Ceramic crowns are a poor basis for gluing a retainer, so in this case they use a holding cap. During the year after treatment, the mouthpiece will ease the load on the front teeth, which stabilizes the therapeutic effect.