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What is the length or duration of orthodontic treatment?

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What is the length or duration of orthodontic treatment?

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Braces may be on between 6 months to 30 months, or longer depending on the age of the patient, the severity of the problem, the patient’s cooperation, and the degree of movement possible.

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Braces may be on between 6 months to 30 months, or longer depending on the age of the patient, the severity of the problem, the patients cooperation, and the degree of movement possible. With a successive visit within 6-8 weeks.

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In our office, Phase I treatment usually lasts 12-14 months. Phase II or full braces treatment may last from 18 to 36 months. In both situations, we generally see the patients every 1 to 3 months for their adjustment appointment. Treatment time and its success depends on multiple factors such as, age of the patient, the severity of the problem, the patient’s cooperation and the speed of natural response of teeth movement.

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Braces may be on between 6 months to 30 months, or longer depending on the age of the patient, the severity of the problem, the patient’s cooperation, and the degree of movement required.

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Braces may be on between 6 and 30 months, or longer depending on the age of the patient, the severity of the problem, the patient’s cooperation, and the degree of movement possible. Extraction therapy is a technique where some teeth are removed to make room for the other teeth in your child’s mouth. This is in contrast to non-extraction therapy where, through expansion, all permanent teeth are aligned.

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