Orthodontic Services for Younger Patients
For younger children, receiving orthodontic care can be crucial. By the time a child turns seven, they should consult with an orthodontist who can identify any problems that may arise in the future.
During an appointment, Dr. Kohani will examine your child’s teeth and bite position, which will allow him to predict any orthodontic concerns that may occur when permanent teeth begin to erupt. If Dr. Kohani notices any malocclusion, he can suggest a preventative method of treatment.
Usually, children who exhibit tooth crowding or a poor bite position are candidates for braces. Teenagers might consider Invisalign for aesthetic reasons and if the parameters of their treatment plan allow it.
Available Treatments for Adults
As an adult, learning that you need orthodontic treatment may be the last thing you want to hear. Mental braces may be acceptable for younger patients, but not suitable for adults; however, correcting your teeth and bite position is possible without detracting from your appearance.
Upon an examination, Dr. Kohani may recommend accelerated adult orthodontics, which helps older patients improve the alignment of their teeth more efficiently than with traditional metal braces. The solution also involves more cosmetically appealing treatment methods, such as ceramic braces and Invisalign.