When all your child’s baby teeth have fallen out and adult teeth have grown in. This usually happens by the age of 13, though adult teeth usually form a little faster for girls than for boys.
In order to get them ready for braces, children can start seeing an orthodontist before all of their adult teeth have grown in. But, the youngest you can get braces is the age after all of your adult teeth have grown in. If you think your child will need braces, contact Bright Side Dental today.
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