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There are two phases in orthodontic treatment.
Phase 1 involves straightening your teeth, while Phase 2 involves actual facial changes.
We believe earlier treatment is better, because this preventative care can help you avoid problems further down the road. Children should see an orthodontist by the age of 7 to detect any potential problems. Phase 1 involves regulation of the width of dental arches—this ensures there’s enough space for permanent teeth. It can also eliminate problems of overcrowding or abnormal bites.
In phase 2, we make sure every tooth is in the right location, resulting in a beautiful smile.