Effective and non-invasive orthodontics
Just right for active teenagers
Your toddlers have now turned into teenagers. Not only does puberty become a factor at the age of nine to 13 but their teeth continue to change too. Posterior teeth and the back molars take their place as the jaw grows.
An orthodontic check-up is very worthwhile in order to keep an eye on the healthy and aesthetically pleasing development of teeth and the jaw during this period of rapid growth. Because now it is possible to support the body’s growth in a non-invasive but effective way. If the upper and lower jaw are correctly positioned in relation to each other, possible undesirable developments can be avoided. The undesirable developments include, for example, problems with posture or stiff necks in young people.