When to call for your child?

Do you notice any of these potential indicators? It could be advisable to arrange an orthodontic evaluation if:

- Baby teeth are lost early or late.
- Chewing or biting poses challenges.
- Mouth breathing is frequent.
- Oral habits like finger sucking persist.
- Teeth are crowded, misplaced, or blocked out.
- Jaws exhibit shifting, sounds, protrusion, or recession.
- Speech difficulties arise.
- Cheek biting or roof-of-mouth biting occurs.
- Teeth protrude.
- Teeth meet abnormally or don’t meet at all.
- Facial balance or symmetry seems off.
- Grinding or clenching of teeth is observed.