In other condition compromising aesthetics, jaw bones can also be at improper position (skeletal malocclusion), with teeth either in normal position or abnormally placed. Hence, the condition can be either due to skeletal reason or both skeletal and dental reason which can be judged with the help of radiographic examination along with study models. If just skeletal, orthodontics is the only right choice of treatment. A dental malocclusion superimposed on skeletal one can be treated by just orthodontics, provided if patient factors permit or by crowns and veneers as discussed above. Sometimes, a combination of orthodontic treatment along with crowns and veneers can also be done as per requirement.