Aligning the jaw and teeth from an early age is very important for their development. We have braces that prevent damage to your teeth and align your jaw.
What is Orthopedics?
It is the science that performs treatments that act directly at the skeletal level, either by excess or reduction of bone and helps redirect the growth of the same. There are two types of orthopedics, removable or fixed and depends on the ultimate goal we want to achieve for each patient.
Why should children wear orthotics?
The use of orthopedics is important to prevent bone and functional disorders in the growing mouth.
Frequently Asked Questions
It varies from 8 to 16 months, depending on the anomaly presented by the child.
Between 6 to 12 years old, since at this stage your body is developing and it is very important to be able to correct problems during this growth.
Yes, if they are fixed, you can eat. When they are removable appliances it is contraindicated, since it can damage the appliance and damage the whole treatment, making the procedure more expensive.
No, there are two types: fixed and removable. In this case, depending on the anomaly presented by the child, the dentist will give one of these types of orthotics.
No, it is contraindicated. The child should be careful with this, as should his or her mother or father.
Of our revenues are earmarked for Social Impact