Bite turbos are small pads or ramps made of a composite material. Usually, they get bonded to the backside of upper front teeth or on the chewing side of any back teeth. They act as speed bumps between the teeth to stop a patient from biting all the way down. When you first get your bite turbos on the front teeth, your back teeth will not come together completely when you chew. When bite turbos are bonded on the back teeth, your front teeth will not touch. However, it is a temporary situation, and eating soft food will allow you to tolerate this type of bite. It might also affect your speech, but you will be able to speak normally within a week.