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  1. Arti says:

    This is another name for orthodontic treatment in the late mixed dentition (the last baby teeth are about to be lost) or in the permanent dentition. Orthodontic problems which include crowding of the teeth, too much space between the teeth, jaw growth problems, protruding teeth, and bad bites can be inherited or caused by injury to the mouth, early or late loss of baby teeth, or thumb sucking habits. Waiting on starting Phase I Treatment is not recommended. If your child needs Phase I Treatment this usually means he/she has a difficult problem that requires attention now. If no orthodontic action is taken, treatment options become limited, more difficult, and the long-term stability may be compromised. In addition, waiting may lead to extractions, oral surgery and increased costs. it’s more commonly used when a Phase I Treatment was not needed.

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