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Two-Phase Treatment

Two-phase orthodontic treatment integrates tooth alignment with facial changes, aiming for a healthy, functional, and lasting result for your child’s smile. By addressing jaw development early, Phase One treatment helps accommodate permanent teeth and improve jaw alignment, potentially avoiding more invasive procedures later in life. Orthodontic records aid in planning the personalized treatment approach during the initial consultation.

During the resting period between phases, permanent teeth are left to erupt freely, with occasional monitoring appointments to ensure proper progression. Phase Two focuses on fine-tuning tooth alignment for harmony with facial features, typically involving full braces for about 24 months. Retainers are then used to preserve the achieved results, emphasizing the importance of early planning for long-term dental health.