Orthodontic Treatment for Children


While some of the bite or teeth problems can be noticed by parents, most of them can only be identified by doctor orthodontists. The predominant myofunctional habits (e.g., finger sucking, breathing through the mouth, irregular swallowing, etc.) usually result in the formation of uneven jaws. In order to timely identify the pathologies of children's dental growth, it is recommended to visit an orthodontist once the child reaches the age of  6-8. With the timely detection of discrepancies between the two jaws and the appropriate orthodontic treatment, almost all occlusal problems can be corrected.

  1. Treatment planning - the consultation involves a thorough diagnosis and examination of the Patient. All the necessary X-ray images, such as panoramic and side-view photos of the head, are taken. To create diagnostic models, the doctor takes dental impressions. Following the consultation, a treatment plan is drawn up and upcoming visits are scheduled.
  2. Orthodontic treatment - during this stage, according to individual medical indications, a planned orthodontic appliance is fixed. According to the treatment needed, regular monitoring visits are scheduled.
  3. Care - according to the applied orthodontic treatment, the doctor indicates the maintenance of orthodontic appliances and the peculiarities of oral hygiene. The duration of orthodontic treatment depends on the complexity of the problem, the chosen treatment methodology, and other factors.




  • These are non-removable orthodontic appliances, dental braces, that are attached to the surface of the teeth to straighten crooked teeth and adjust the bite. The braces consist of small "buttons" with a groove in the middle into which a wire is inserted to connect all the teeth. Braces are selected individually, taking into account the Patient's preferences and treatment options.
  • These are custom-made orthodontic appliances that are fixed in the mouth with special hooks and can have several active elements, such as, screws or springs. Removable plates are especially common in the treatment of children's bite problems or lack of space for permanent teeth. The plates are easy to remove, convenient to clean and they can be of different colors.
  • It is a method that serves as additional support for braces or other orthodontic appliances. Mini-implants are used only temporarily during orthodontic treatment and then they are removed. During a minor surgical procedure, they are attached to the bone between the roots of the teeth.

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