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What is the advantage of two phase orthodotic treatment?

Two-phase orthodontic treatment is a specialized process combining tooth straightening and physical, facial changes. The purpose of two-phase treatment is to maximize the opportunity to accomplish the ideal healthy, functional, and aesthetic result that will remain stable throughout your life.

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What if I put off treatment?

Putting off orthodontic treatment can result in a need for more invasive orthodontic treatments later in life that may not completely fix your smile. In many cases, early orthodontic treatment is most effective for achieving predictable, lasting results.

Phase One

Your foundation for a lifetime of beautiful smiles!
The American Dental Association recommends an Orthodontic evaluation for children at the age of seven. If children at this age are found to have this jaw discrepancy, they are candidates for early orthodontic treatment. Also, if children have crowded front teeth, early treatment can prevent the need to extract permanent teeth later. During your child’s initial consultation, Dr. Wong will take records to determine if early treatment is necessary.

Phase Two

Stay healthy and look attractive!
The goal of the second phase is to create the ideal relationship of teeth and jaws, so that they work properly.

Jessica is our Business Development Manager and has been with our practice since 2008. She is also our Marketing Coordinator and enjoys coordinating all of the community events in which we have the privilege to participate. She especially enjoys working in the exciting, up-beat, patient-friendly environment present at our office. Jessica was born and raised in Johnston, Rhode Island, and has lived in Clermont since 2004. Her "brady bunch" is complete as she welcomed her twin boys into the world, July 2014! She enjoys photography and spending time at the beach with her family.