When is Too Young for Braces
Deciding to take to your kid to their orthodontist visit can be a nervewracking experience. For one, orthodontists tend to do more work on the patient’s teeth, which may be uncomfortable to deal with. This is why many people avoid going to the dentist for as long as possible, but you actually shouldn’t wait longer than six months after the first tooth comes in. Trying to find the right professional to deal with can be a frustrating process, but it shouldn’t be anymore.
The people of McSurdy and Staff have all the tools necessary to quickly and efficiently work on your teeth. Your child will be completely comfortable sitting there while we care for those important teeth of theirs. This is one of the benefits of going to a specialist compared to a general practitioner. We have specific tools and skills needed to successfully work on your mouth. Contact us now if you want to learn more about us or give us a call at (610) 489-6032 if you want to schedule your first appointment.
Why Are Braces Important?
Not many people think about braces more than they need to and it’s usually based around the stereotype of helping people get straight teeth. While this is the case, the reason behind braces can be for a wide variety of situations. For instance, you can develop a malocclusion, which is when your lower or upper jaw is not synced up with the other. This causes the overbite or underbite people have to deal with. Braces or Invisalign have the ability to easily fix this problem.
When Should My Child Wear Braces?
Braces and Invisalign are important for people with misaligned teeth or those wanting some kind of oral fix, but it can be hard to determine when is the right age to start seeing an orthodontist. Some people see them when the child is as young as 6 years old, while others wait until they are an adult. Catching these problems before they become too severe should be your number one goal, though.
This can be done by seeing an orthodontist when you start noticing problems with your child’s teeth. You can usually identify these slights by the way they smile or talk. Do they have bad breath? Do their bottom teeth cover their top teeth when they smile? There are ways to identify it, but an orthodontist will be able to provide you with a solution.
Call McSurdy Today
McSurdy and Staff are smile specialists and will work on your teeth so well you won’t even notice them. We follow all of the OSHA rules to a strict tee, which is why we can promise satisfaction when working with us. All of our tools will be sterilized and precise so you don’t experience any of the pain other providers offer. Give us a call at a (610) 489-6032 if you want to schedule your first appointment.