When is the child needed to see an Orthodontist ?

1 / When the lower incisors are reversed in relation to the upper ones.

When is the child needed to see an Orthodontist ?

2 / When there is a large gap between the upper jaw and the mandible.

When is the child needed to see an Orthodontist ?

3 / When there is a large gap (gap) between the upper and lower incisors.

When is the child needed to see an Orthodontist ?

4 / When the midpoints of the top and bottom teeth do not coincide when the teeth are clenched.

When is the child needed to see an Orthodontist ?

5 / When the permanent teeth lack space.

When is the child needed to see an Orthodontist ?

The practitioner can then assess :

The practitioner completes the examination of the child with that of X-rays which allow him, in particular, to detect abnormalities in the number or position of dental germs in the jaws.

Orthodontic treatment can start early to stop a progressive pathology and avoid a more complex subsequent intervention, to normalize orofacial functions, or for psychological reasons if the child suffers from aesthetic damage.