We here at Moin Orthodontics would like to inform the community the State of New Hampshire has asked us to only perform essential treatment for the next few weeks. This means that we are not able to see regular orthodontic appointments for the time being. Dr Moin and the team are still here to answer phone calls and see any patients that are uncomfortable or need any type of other assistance. Please call us or contact us on the website if you need any help.

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Why Your Child Should Have An Orthodontic Evaluation By Age 7

Why Age 7?
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Even though most people think of teens when they think of orthodontics, there are good reasons your child should get an orthodontic evaluation much sooner. The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends a check-up with an orthodontic specialist no later than age 7. Here are several reasons: Dr. Moin can spot slight problems with jaw growth and new emerging teeth while some baby teeth are still present. While your child’s teeth may look straight, there could be a problem that only an orthodontist can detect. The check-up may reveal that your child’s bite is fine. Or, Dr. Moin may identify…

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Understanding Orthodontic Terminology

Understanding Orthodontic Terminology
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Your child is in braces. At the end of an appointment, the orthodontic assistant updates you on your child’s treatment and says, “Susie had a broken bracket, so we recemented it. She needs to come back in 6 weeks for an adjustment.”  Those metal things on her teeth with wires and elastics are straightening things out, but what exactly is a bracket and what is an adjustment? Here is a list of common orthodontic terminology that can help you understand what is happening with your child’s orthodontic treatment. Adjustment: Regular follow-up visit for orthodontic patients with traditional braces. Elastic ligatures…

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