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  1. Arti says:

    Not every child is a candidate for interceptive orthodontics. If your child has difficulty chewing and/or biting, lost their baby teeth prematurely (usually before five years old), front teeth that are crowded or protruding, mouth breathes or their teeth don’t meet properly (or at all), you should consider consulting an orthodontist. It also creates the space for proper permanent teeth to grow into. More than a perfect smile, early treatment is used as a means to promote proper jaw growth and address certain “bad bites” (or malocclusions) like under-bites and cross-bites.

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