The Canadian Association of Orthodontists advises that every child should have an orthodontic screening by the age of 7.

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There are numerous types of developing bite problems that can and should be intercepted early. In many instances, this means that serious future problems can be avoided, such as the extraction of adult teeth, the surgical exposure of impacted teeth and jaw surgery. Did you know that if your child has protruded upper front teeth there is a one in three chance that those teeth will either fracture or get knocked out?

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