Gosford, Erina, Central Coast
If prescribed carefully, this can simplify or even eliminate some future problems. Interceptive treatment can also be used to help improve a severe problem that could be causing damage to the teeth or gums or causing distress due to appearance.
It is generally recommended to have an initial orthodontic assessment around age 8 as this provides the opportunity to detect problems early and decisions can then be made between the patient, parent and Orthodontist as to whether interceptive treatment would be helpful.
If you have any concerns about your child’s dental development, please do not hesitate to contact the practice. We look forward to hearing from you!