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After the loss of milk teeth, it is recommended that parents begin to observe how the permanent teeth of their children are coming out. Having well aligned teeth is essential to have a beautiful smile and it is precisely in childhood when it is easier to correct dental alignment, because the jaw is in formation.
Wearing orthodontic braces for a while is essential to get a good placement of all the teeth when there are. The new invisible materials that have been incorporated into children's orthodontic systems make dental correction more comfortable and aesthetic for children.
In general, until the final upper and lower incisors have come in, the orthodontist should not act. However, parents should take into account some recommendations to take their child to see an orthodontist in the following cases.
1.Perfectly aligned milk teeth. From the age of three, if the child has perfectly positioned teeth and there are no interdental drift spaces, it is advisable to refer him to the orthodontist because there will surely be a lack of space for the final teeth to emerge.
2.Ogival palate. When the upper palate of the child is very contracted, that is, if the child has a pointed palate, he may have space and alignment problems. This case should also be controlled by the specialist to correct it in the face of the final teeth coming out.
3.Finger-sucking deformations. The habit of thumb sucking should be taken into account because it can leave an open bite. The orthodontist may begin to place a first phase orthodontics, which are removable appliances, intended to prepare the maxilla to place a fixed orthodontic in the future.
Currently, there is a wide variety of orthodontic appliances on the market, the choice of which depends on the function they will perform.
1.Removable orthodontics. They are intended for first phase orthodontics, which is used for bone correction. With these removable orthodontic appliances the jaw of children can be adapted. They have the advantage that they are removable appliances that are generally used only at night.
2.Corrective orthodontics. This type of appliance is fixed and, on the one hand, we have metal braces, which are the most recommended orthodontic system for children. and, on the other, aesthetic orthodontics, which is now so fashionable. The well-known metal braces are now being replaced by glass, ceramic or sapphire braces, which are practically unnoticeable.
3. Clear aligners. There is another type of lighter invisible orthodontics, which are transparent aligners, transparent removable splints for people over 18 years of age.
4. Lingual braces. The lingual braces technique is a very novel alternative, which consists of placing the brackets on the inside of the teeth. They have the advantage that they are not noticeable, but they act the same. Inner braces are suitable for children, but should be used with caution as they cause some friction with the tongue.
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