How long will it take to fix an overbite with braces?

Overbite. In layman's terms, an "overbite" typically refers to the upper front teeth sticking out horizontally, further than the lower front teeth. An orthodontist defines an "overbite" as the vertical overlap of the upper front teeth over the lower front teeth. They are very different situations unfortunately with the same name. Have an exam with an orthodontist to determine the problem & time involved.
It varies. Orthodontic treatment length will vary depending on the severity of the problem being treated, faithfully following treatment instructions, etc. An orthodontist treating you can give you an estimated treatment length.
Usually 18-24 months. Typically, it will take 18-24 months of bands and brackets to correct most overbites. Most cases take 24 months. Extreme cases will take longer and may require surgery in addition to the braces.

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How long will it take to fix overbite by using braces? Mine is half a centimeter more than my lower front teeth

Orthodontist. The best way to find an answer is to see an orthodontist or an Invisalign provider for an evaluation. There are many factors that determine how long this will take. Many times this initial consultation is at no charge.
See an orthodontist. After a complete evaluation by an orthodontist and a careful evaluation of your records (x-rays, photos, tooth models) is really the only way to an accurate prediction. It also depends on your age, your goals and individual needs.

How long does it take to fix an overbite by using braces?

Depends. This totally depends on a case by case basis as well as if anything else needs to be fixed. Typically not just an overbite needs to be fixed but things like your occlusion (how you bite) also needs to be fixed. Treatment times can vary from anywhere from 6 months to 4 years.
Braces. It really depends on how severe of an overbite you have. 1-3 years would be an average.
Overbite. In layman's terms, an "overbite" typically refers to the upper front teeth sticking out horizontally, further than the lower front teeth. An orthodontist defines an "overbite" as the vertical overlap of the upper front teeth over the lower front teeth. They are very different situations unfortunately with the same name. It's best to have an exam with an orthodontist to determine the problem.