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Early orthodontic treatment

We always encourage parents to book in an orthodontic consultation for children as young as 7 years old. This will give Dr Smith the chance to identify any potential issues and recommend treatment at the best time for your child.

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Why should my child have a consultation?

A consultation should be a part of every good hygiene routine, whether or not you suspect that your child may need braces or other orthodontic treatments. In most cases, we are able to advise early treatment or keep your child in our review programme to monitor the healthy development of their smile.

 Why should my child have a consultation?

Benefits of early orthodontic treatment

Early assessment of childrens’ teeth is a sensible decision because it can:

  • Identify problems before they get worse
  • Possibly reduce the need for comprehensive treatment
  • Allow the child to feel comfortable in an
    orthodontic environment
  • Enable parents to plan financially for any future treatment

 Benefits of early orthodontic treatment

Phase One treatments

Phase One enables us to start addressing any misalignments while your child still has a mix of baby and adult teeth. This may include plates, expanders, Invisalign First, partial braces or a more comprehensive plan.

 Phase One treatments

Invisalign® First

Invisalign® First lets us take a proactive approach when it comes to your child’s smile. It offers the same benefits as regular Invisalign® clear aligners, but is specifically designed for teeth and jaws that are still developing.

 Invisalign® First

Give your child a straighter smile

Take the first step toward better dental health and a beautiful smile. Book in a consultation with the team at Eden Orthodontics and learn how early treatment could help your child.

Book a consultation with our
Specialist Orthodontist

 Give your child a straighter smile

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