If your child has been a patient of the same dentist for some time now, then they should be keeping tabs on their dental growth progress and will likely recommend the right time to consider treatment. The American Association of Orthodontist suggest that children should receive an evaluation by no later than the age of 7. This can help to detect any needs early enough to begin implementing a multi-phased treatment plan.
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