Setting your child up for success, whether it’s in school, in sports, or any other important aspect of their health and wellbeing starts at an early age.
Their dental health is no exception, especially when it comes to early intervention as their mouth develops.
Check out today’s video, courtesy of the American Association of Orthodontists, to find out about some of the most common bite problems we see in young patients. Being able to monitor their growth and development gives Dr. Richter the best chance to intervene early and align their teeth for a better smile and better oral health down the road.
In the spirit of National Children’s Dental Health Month, we invite you to visit us for a consultation to see if your little one may show signs of needing future orthodontic care. The sooner you start, the less costly and complicated their treatment may be.