Route 32 Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics
Visiting the dentist can often be the source of anxiety for both kids and adults. That’s why it’s essential to look for a pediatric orthodontist who knows how to make the experience more enjoyable. No matter what issues your family is looking to address, we are here to help make sure you reach your goals.
We have helped make adults and children of all ages healthier and happier with excellent dental care. We are a team of professionals who are dedicated to the happiness of your family and we are aware of how scary visiting a dentist can be. You can rest assured that our staff will work hard to understand your needs and make your experience at our office as comfortable as possible.
Our dental experts understand that each dental case is unique, and that’s why they make it a point to offer a one-of-a-kind service to our patients. We’ll do our best to identify any outstanding issues that you face, so you receive the best treatments for various concerns like:
- Mouth breathing
- Early or late loss of milk teeth (baby teeth)
- Thumb sucking, finger sucking, and other oral habits that could damage the teeth
- Lost or crowded teeth
- Cheek biting
- Protruding teeth
- Teeth that do not touch
- Asymmetry or cosmetic imbalance
- Poor bite connection
- Speech problems
The Best Time to Visit a Pediatric Orthodontist
According to the American Association of Orthodontics, it’s important for children to see a dentist by the time they turn 7 years old. During your initial visit, our team will evaluate how the child’s teeth and jawline are growing. This will give you and your child a clear understanding about issues they are facing and the best way to improve their smile and health.
Usually, being able to address the issues your child is facing at an early age is the best way to reduce risks of additional health problems in the future. Our pediatric orthodontists are graduates of traditional dental school with several years of experience, including post-graduate specialization in this specialized field.
The Benefits of Visiting an Orthodontist
Since orthodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry focused on fixing teeth and jaw alignment problems, your visits with us will include advanced techniques to address issues that you are experiencing. Whether chewing or speaking, dental health issues can impact all areas of your life.
Overcrowding teeth is one of the most common issues we see from our patients, and living with this dental issue can have a dramatic impact on a person’s smile and appearance. Not just that, it could also contribute to tooth decay, as it would be harder to clean the teeth.
Call our Waco dental office, and set an appointment today!