Fixing crooked and misaligned teeth may not be a priority for a lot of people. As long as they do not pose any discomfort and still perform their duties in digesting food, it doesn’t matter to them whether they have overcrowded teeth or bite problems. They would rather spend the amount of money it would have caused for them to correct their teeth alignment to something more important, like food, clothes, education, or shelter. But for those who are particular with how they look and how their teeth affect their overall facial profile and smile, fixing it is essential to improve their beauty. So, how can we effectively fix crooked teeth and what dental tools does a dentist need to correct them?