Facial orthopediatrics - from 2 to 8 years old
When the child has an abnormal facial development, usually identified by the parents, as the chin too far forward or too far back, when the parents identify an oral breath, or when the child snores. Facial orthopediatrics should be done by an orthodontist in collaboration with other specialties, namely otorhinolaryngology, myofunctional therapy and pediatric dentistry.
These treatments aim to correct the cause of the problem and direct growth and facial development, promoting a change in the structure of the face and teeth.
The child acquires better posture and better function in the oral cavity and body.
Interceptive or preventive orthodontics - from 6 to 14 years old
When a timely diagnosis is made, the probability of having to resort to more interventional therapies decreases.Interventional or corrective orthodontics - from the age of 12
There are several types of pathologies: crowding, diastema, open bite, deep bite and cross bite. Depending on their severity, they are classified into classes, I, II or III.
Interventional or corrective orthodontics also acts on skeletal facial disharmony in cases of prognathism, retrognathism, progeny, retrogeny, gingival smile and facial asymmetry.