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Typical orthodontic treatment starts when a client has all their adult teeth. This means that the treatment generally begins around the age of
11 or 12.


However, treatment may be recommended as early as 7, if a child presents with issues which could eliminate the future need for a comprehensive orthodontic treatment or significantly reduce its complexity.


Examples of orthodontic issues at an early age include:

- oral habits

- early/late loss of baby teeth

- disproportionate facial growth

- obstructed adult tooth

- unaesthetic appearance

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