We focus our orthodontic treatment around the structure of the jaws. We respect the position of the jaws and their importance in supporting good head, neck and facial physiology. When moving teeth we aim to move teeth to promote facial structural health by developing the size of the jaws to accomodate all the teeth and allow the upper and lower jaw meet in their intended position. Clicking jaws, teeth grinding, pain in the side of the face, headaches, neckache, sinus pain, ear problems can all indicate problems in the way the jaws meet. Jaws can meet incorrectly if teeth are crooked.