At what age is it necessary to schedule the first visit?
The answer is very simple, as early as possible! Taking your child to the dentist early means starting to protect oral health from the very beginning and initiating an important relationship of trust and habit with the people who will care for the function and beauty of his or her mouth.
The first meeting will serve to get to know each other, provide basic home oral hygiene instruction and intercept any problems.
We will assess for bacterial biofilm, caries, and make a skeletal and dental growth forecast.
In some situations we will start early orthodontic therapy: in the presence of crossbite, class III and severe class II malocclusion.
In all other cases we will wait until the permutation is completed to begin orthodontic treatment, if necessary, to achieve ideal aesthetics and function as quickly as possible!