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Gap in Teeth of 7-Year-Old: Are Braces Needed?
I am frequently asked whether a gap in a child’s front teeth means that braces are always needed. My answer is, “Not necessarily.” Two years ago, a mother brought a 7-year-old girl into my office for an exam. The … Continue reading
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