Keeping You Beautiful
By and large, the American community of dentists and orthodontists agrees that at a certain age, our kids...
Focusing on our staff experience, rather than its size
Using the best, most advanced medical equipment
Providing an affordable price tag to all of our services
Keeping close touch with our colleagues for a 2nd opinion
Covering as wide a range of surgeries as possible
The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends an orthodontic screening for children by the age of 7 years. At age 7 the teeth and jaws are developed enough so that the dentist or orthodontist can see if there will be any serious bite problems in the future. Most of the time treatment is not necessary at age 7, but it gives the parents and dentist time to watch the development of the patient and decide on the best mode of treatment. When you have time on your side you can plan ahead and prevent the formation of serious problems.