ORTHODONTICS IN GROWING PATIENTS
In this section, I am pleased to show some of the many cases I have handled in which spoiled habits (such as thumb sucking) or hereditary conditions (such as a contracted palate) did not allow the jaw bones to develop harmoniously.
Intercepting these issues early is crucial to be sure to resolve malocclusions with orthodontics and reduce the risk of resorting to surgery.
As early as 6 months of age, it is possible to start having your child checked.
Finally, because often the key to successful treatments lies in the patient’s cooperation, I am very careful to always prescribe the most modern and comfortable orthodontic devices.
Benefits Of the treatment
Correction of Class III open bite malocclusion
Correction of anterior crossbite with developing Class III malocclusion
Open bite correction, atypical swallowing and bilateral crossbite