Most of us view braces as a rite of passage for middle school–a hallmark of our teenage years. However, did you know that the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children should have their first orthodontic screening by the age of seven?
Although most may not need early orthodontic treatment, in some cases, treating a child who is still growing may yield results which would not be possible later, once the face and jaws have completed their growth.
Early screening can give Dr. Sawrie a full picture of your child’s growth and help set the optimal time to begin treatment. Contact us today to set up your child’s initial consultation.