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What Age Should my Child Have an Orthodontic Evaluation?
What Age Should my Child Have an Orthodontic Evaluation?

If you're a parent with young children, one of your primary concerns is ensuring your child's teeth develop normally. Although you may make sure your child practices good oral care habits, their teeth may grow abnormally, causing a crooked smile or an overbite. When this ...

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