What is the Best Age For Your First Visit to the Orthodontist?

What is the best age to see an orthodontist for the first time? The current recommendation from the American Association of Orthodontists is for children to have their first exam with an orthodontist at age 7 — and for good reason!

“Adult teeth typically begin to erupt around age 6-7, which makes this the ideal time to ensure that these teeth are erupting properly, and that the upper and lower jaws are growing correctly in relation to each other,” shared Northern Virginia Orthodontics’ very own Dr. Robb.

If there are any indications for early treatment, Northern Virginia Orthodontics (NVO) can offer interceptive treatment to prevent more severe issues down the road.

Lucky for you, August is a great time to visit Northern Virginia Orthodontics! Not only can you get your child’s complimentary consultation taken care of before the school year begins, but NVO is offering all new patients $1,000 off and 2 tubes of take home whitening until August 31, 2018. Just mention “Reston Now” when scheduling your appointment to secure your savings and whitening!

No matter what age you are, NVO would love to help you transform your smile! Dr. Casagrande, Dr. Barcoma, Dr. Robb and Dr. Cole rank as the #2 Invisalign providers in the nation, and have treated the most Invisalign patients in the state of Virginia. We can’t wait to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted, and this month is the best time to get started.

Learn more about NVO today at nvorthodontics.com or submit an appointment request online and a member of our team will contact you shortly.

*Offer valid for new patients and full treatment only. Not valid on Smile Express by NVO. Cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion. Offer expires August 31, 2018.

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