Common. Not Normal.

Crooked and crowded teeth affects nearly 80% of children. While this could be called common — it is NOT normal.

The Perfect Five Year Old

Underdeveloped Jaws

Beginning at birth, your child’s jaws begin to develop in three dimensions—out, down and forward. This growth contributes to the development of a beautiful smile. For children who do not fully develop, the result is crooked or crowded teeth.

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The craniofacial structure is set way back at birth.
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Development continues through puberty. By age two, your child’s face is approximately 20% developed.
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The Result?

Crooked or Crowded Teeth

When should you start to worry?