Importance of Early Orthodontic Treatment: 'Underbites'

We know that it is not always easy for parents to tell if their child has an orthodontic problem or when is the right time to take your child to start orthodontic treatment.

Through a complete dental examination that includes x rays we can spot upcoming dental problems early.

The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that your child receive an orthodontic check-up no later than age seven.

By this age, major orthodontic problems can be identified and treated while some baby teeth are still present.

This is important because some orthodontic problems can be easily corrected when diagnosed and treated at an early age.

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