The Boxer Bite
- The Boxer bite is undershot, the lower jaw protruding beyond the upper and curving slightly upward.
- The incisor teeth of the lower jaw are in a straight line, with the canines preferably up front in the same line to give the jaw the greatest possible width. The Boxer Bite
- The upper line of the incisors is slightly convex with the corner upper incisors fitting snugly in back of the lower canine teeth on each side.
- Neither the teeth nor the tongue should ever show when the mouth is closed.