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  1. Arti says:

    These treatment approaches take advantage of the active growth to change the jaw bone structure to either make extra room or address jaw bone discrepancies. In both situations, we generally see patients every 8 to 10 weeks for their adjustment appointment. In our office, Phase I treatment usually lasts 12-14 months. Generally we use expanders, removable appliances, a herbst appliance (instead of headgear) and retainers during this phase. Phase I or Early Interceptive Treatment usually starts while t Phase I or Early Interceptive Treatment usually starts while the child has most of their baby teeth with few of their permanent teeth.

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