When Should Your Child See an Orthodontist?
Orthodontic problems rarely fix themselves. That’s why the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that all children be screened by an AAO orthodontist at age 7
By age 7, your child has enough permanent teeth that an orthodontist can spot a problem before it becomes … well, a bigger problem.
Early treatment, which occurs while some baby teeth are still present, can guide the growth of facial and jawbones into a better growth pattern and provide more space for incoming permanent teeth.
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