When should orthodontic treatment be done?

When should orthodontic treatment be done?

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Although an orthodontist can make your smile better in any age, there is an optimum time for beginning to a treatment. Beginning the treatment during this time will make it to be more successful and to require less time and costs.

   American Association of Orthodontists advises this treatment to be done before the age of 7 or when the first signs of orthodontic problems are seen after the first orthodontic evaluation. Orthodontic treatment may not be required in these early ages but it is necessary to catch the best time for beginning an orthodontic treatment.

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