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Adolescent Orthodontics (Age 11-17)

Between the ages of 11 and 17 is when most patients undergo comprehensive orthodontic treatment as patients typically have all of their permanent teeth in, and they are experiencing rapid adolescent growth. Dr. Kuzmic takes advantage of this period of rapid growth to make treatment most efficient and effective. He likes to start patients around…

Phase I Orthodontics (Age 7-10)

The majority of patients undergoing orthodontic care are between the ages of 11-17.  It is during this time that comprehensive treatment is most efficient. However, there are some children that require interceptive/limited treatment at a younger age (Phase 1) in order to prevent trauma, asymmetric jaw growth, breathing disturbances, tooth impactions, and space loss. Therefore,…

Adult Orthodontics

Everyone deserves a smile they can be proud of, and many achieve straightened, well-aligned teeth after undergoing orthodontic treatment as a child. But for adults who do not have the privilege of having straight teeth, orthodontics are still an option. In fact, there is no such thing as being too old for orthodontic treatment. More…

Emergency Orthodontic Care

Orthodontic emergencies can occur at any time during treatment and often pertain to complications with appliances. An orthodontic emergency is any circumstance that causes pain, threatens a patient’s health, or interferes with the course of orthodontic treatment. An emergency orthodontist can offer immediate assistance for emergencies, some of which include: Broken Wires Broken Brackets Loosened…

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