Why Do Parents Choose Our Office for Their Teens?
We make it comfortable and fun for teen.
Being a bit more spread out in the clinic area is especially nice for teens who appreciate a more private area for treatment. Having an audience with your mouth propped open is not a big deal for most younger patients, but teens are getting to that age where that may not be so “cool”.
And, should it be necessary or come time to have “The Talk” with teens (you know the one about wearing elastics and brushing a bit better… of course!), the extra space and privacy makes the discussion a bit more comfortable.
You will find that Dr. M likes to joke around a little bit with his patients…and parents too.
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Why Do Parents Choose Our Office for Their Children?
Children and Teens have their own clinic!
Dr. Majznerski was “passionate” about banishing the “assembly line” of chairs, which is still common in most orthodontic offices. He designed a generous amount of space around each treatment chair and added privacy walls.
This was designed for parents to join us chair-side which allows for much more effective communication when giving instructions and progress reports.
Worried to bring siblings to the clinic?
No problem… We have room for them too!
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Two-Phase Orthodontic Treatment
What are the advantages of two-phase treatment?
Two-phase orthodontic treatment is a specialized process that combines tooth alignment and facial changes in two different phases. Phase I, which helps the jaw develop and accommodate all the future permanent teeth, and Phase II, which is done with the child’s full dentition.
While not every child will need a two-phase approach, for many children, seeing an Orthodontist early can save time and result in a stable, healthy, functional smile.
Phase I treatment
The goal of Phase I treatment is to help the jaw develop in a way that will accommodate all of the permanent teeth and improve the way the upper and lower jaws fit together. Children often exhibit early signs of jaw problems as they grow and develop. An upper jaw that is growing too much or is too narrow can be recognized at an early age. If children over the age of six are found to have this jaw discrepancy, they are candidates for early orthodontic treatment. Also, if children around the age of eight have crowded front teeth, early treatment can prevent the need to extract permanent teeth later.
Planning now can save your child’s smile later Children benefit tremendously from early-phase treatment. Receiving early treatment may prevent the removal of permanent teeth later in life, or the need for surgical procedures to realign the jaws.