Orthodontic treatment in kids is referred to as interceptive orthodontics, and it usually begins at 6 to 7 years. Just because at this age the jaw is still growing and the teeth of kids are still developing. This makes it possible to change conditions like crowding of teeth. However, flossing with braces doesn’t apply to all orthodontic problems. However, it may assist in several cases. Recently kids have improved a lot; technology has made it more attractive and comfortable than the braces that were worn by some parents.
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