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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will my child start getting permanent teeth?

The arrival of permanent teeth occurs at 6 years +/- 6 months. With the exception of the wisdom teeth, the last of the permanent teeth come in around 12 years of age.

Tooth eruption can be variable. Girls tend to get teeth earlier than boys. However, it is not so much the timing that is important as the sequence of tooth eruption. When individual teeth are delayed, this could indicate local problems. A good reason to see your dentist regularly is to have development supervised. (answer from IAPD official website)



Q: What age is the best for PreOrtho treatment?

Basically, 5~6 years old is the best. But every child has different growth speed, so consult with your dentist. Before the permanent teeth, your child can get the PreOrtho treatment. 


Q: What about the pain?

The patient can feel the pain when the teeth move, but the PreOrtho doesn't cause pain like braces with a fixed appliance. If your child feels any pain or the PreOrtho contact or press the gum, please visit your dentist, the doctor will adjust or modify the appliance.


Q: Tell me about PreOrtho while the night time.

At the first time, your child can feel little difficulties to breathe, but it is a process that is changing from mouth breathing to nose breathing.


Q: Where can we get the PreOrtho treatment?

We are working on the making a platform which is available to find the PreOrtho clinic nearby you, thank you for your patience. 


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