Why do some kids get braces early while others start during the teenage years?
Although Dr. Trommeter takes a conservative approach to early orthodontics, generally about 20% of kids will benefit from Phase I treatment. If Dr. Trommeter determines your son or daughter does not need early treatment he will recommend an observation appointment every six months to keep an eye on development. All of these appointments are complimentary and will help determine the optimum time for your child to complete orthodontics. Contact us today to learn more or schedule an appointment.
We are so happy with how Ethan’s teeth look. Dr. Trommeter did not just treat our son as a caring, professional orthodontist, but as though he were family. Thank you ... Read more
We love Dr. Trommeter and his team. They are so friendly and seem delighted to see us each time. My daughter actually looks forward to going to the orthodontist! Phase ... Read more