Your child’s smile is a valuable asset. When it’s time for your child to have a certain dental procedure, you probably wonder how it will affect their appearance. After all, the plan is for them to have that great little smile for as long as possible.
We’ll do our best to explain the outcome to you, but if you're still having a hard time imagining how a particular procedure will impact your child’s smile, please take a moment to browse through our Before and After photos.
If the mouth is too narrow, the lateral incisors often come in the mouth rotated or too far towards the palate. A palatal expander and braces can easily fix this, especially when it is treated early.
The posterior crossbite was corrected on this 4 year old so that her growth would be symmetric. (Note where the front teeth line up on the top and bottom)