What Happens in Phase 2 Orthodontics?

What Happens in Phase 2 Orthodontics?

Posted by EVRIGENIS ORTHODONTICS on Jul 24 2020, 03:52 AM

What Happens in Phase 2 Orthodontics?

After phase 1 orthodontics comes the phase 2 orthodontic treatment. Phase 1 orthodontic treatment is most commonly provided to young patients who are still waiting for their permanent teeth to come in. Do you wish to know more details about phase 1 orthodontics? Please check out our service section: https://www.waltersortho.com/specialty/children-phase-one-orthodontics/.

What is phase 2 orthodontics?

During this phase of treatment, braces and specialized retainers are used for the aesthetics, functionality, and stability of the teeth. In this stage, the dentist replaces the missing teeth and removes or brings down the teeth out of position or the Tones that fail to erupt.

This phase begins after the eruption of all permanent teeth, which might require braces on all the teeth for a few months. The duration of the treatment will depend on the severity of the dental issue. After this phase, the dentist would recommend wearing retainers to ensure your child retains his or her beautiful smile.

What are the advantages of phase 2 orthodontics?

The advantages of Phase 2 treatment on your child’s teeth are as follows:

  • Ensure teeth are in their proper places 

  • Provide maximum functionality 

  • Have a healthy bite for life

  • Get a pleasing appearance with a healthy, beautiful smile. 

At Evrigenis orthodontics, we ensure to keep in check the growth and development of your child’s teeth, so that he/ she gets the right treatment at the right time.

What are the signs to know that your child needs two-phase orthodontic treatment?

The signs that indicate your child is a good candidate for Phase 2 Orthodontics:

  • Begin losing baby teeth early or before the age of 5

  • Problems while biting or chewing 

  • Continue the habit of thumb-sucking after age 5

  • If the teeth are not fitting together or are misaligned

  • If teeth get crowded at the age of 7 or 8

  • If the upper or lower teeth are protruding


If you are looking for more information on two-phase orthodontic treatment, call us at (916) 575-9990 or email us at [email protected] to schedule your consultation today. We will be happy to guide you towards taking the necessary steps in getting started with your child’s treatment.

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