What is early orthodontic treatment most patients begin orthodontic treatment around age 14 all of the permanent teeth have fully erupted by this age and the jaw structure will not change drastically in some cases younger patients start orthodontic treatment around age 7 although not all young children benefit from early orthodontic treatment since irregular teeth positioning is common in those who still have primary teeth. What is early age orthodontic treatment the first thing a parent might want to know is what is early age orthodontics early age orthodontic treatment otherwise known as preventive orthodontic treatment interceptive orthodontic treatment or phase i orthodontic treatment encompasses all treatments that can be performed before the adult teeth develop the purpose is to eliminate or minimize tooth or skeletal dis harmonies that can interfere with normal growth and development of tooth . Early treatment also called interceptive treatment means treatment that is performed while some baby teeth are still present the american association of orthodontists aao recommends that your childs first check up with an orthodontist be performed when an orthodontic problem is first recognized but no later than age 7. Lower treatment costs although each orthodontic office has different pricing models for the most part early age treatment should reduce overall costs especially if the need for more extensive procedures like surgery are avoided sometimes the cost savings could be substantial if a 2nd phase of treatment isnt deemed necessary
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