Do you treat young children around 7-8 years of age?

Yes we do, and we are very aware of functional issues, developing crowding, underbites, and dental protrusions.

However, while never “missing the boat”, we are also aware that some problems are far more cost effective to treat when the permanent teeth are mostly through at around 12 years of age. We do not want to burn out your wallet or your child’s cooperation, if one definitive treatment will give the same outcome as the two treatments or an open ended treatment plan.

Dr Morris Rapaport

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