Interceptive Orthodontic Treatment for Children (age Six)
For immediate release:
Fort Lauderdale, FL - 1/09/2020
Some of the most direct results of age 6 interceptive orthodontic early treatment for children are:
Creates room for crowded, erupting teeth by expanding the upper and lower jaws (usually with no soreness at all)
Creates facial symmetry by influencing jaw growth. Yes, Dr. Fox can make the lower jaw grow forward (to correct upper teeth that stick out because the lower jaw is receded), or the upper jaw grow forward (to correct bulldog bites), and avoid jaw surgery if done at age 6. At age 9 or older it may be too late for the jaws to respond to Dr Fox’s techniques.
Reduces the risk of trauma to protruding front teeth from a sports ball hitting them or wrestling around at home or on the playground
Preserves space for unerupted teeth, especially when baby teeth fall out earlier than expected or some get extracted due to decay
Reduces the need for tooth removal in the teen years, and braces to give a full and wide smile
Cuts orthodontic treatment time with braces in the teenage
When Dr. Fox, the five-star-rated orthodontist, can evaluate your child’s mouth by age six, that gives him the time to perform orthodontic treatment so your child will have BRACES for the shortest amount of time possible during his or her teen years, to achieve a beautiful result and smart investment.
About DR. DONALD FOX, ORTHODONTIST:
More than 19,000 Patients Treated With Braces & Invisalign® Over 23 Years. Dr. Donald Fox was born in Richmond, Virginia. It was in the fourth grade, while at a picnic with Dr. William Crockett, that I decided to become a doctor. Dr. Crockett, a leading instructor at the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry, helped me focus to stay in school and become one of the most talented orthodontists in the United States. After I graduated from Hermitage High School, I attended the University of Richmond and researched how to repair damaged DNA in bacteria with visible wavelengths of light. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry. I took graduate courses in histology (the study of cells), embryology (the study how cells form and go on to make organs and other tissues), and many other courses. It was during this time when I discovered aspirin and acetaminophen can cause birth defects if taken during pregnancy.Dr. Donald Fox is an award-winning orthodontist in Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Hallandale Beach, Davie and Deerfield Beach, FL.
Donald Fox, Orthodontist