|We'd like to share with you an article with you that was published by Colgate and reviewed by the faculty at Columbia University College of Dental Medicine.
Look at yearbook or prom pictures from the 1950s or '60s and you'll see many smiles framed with heavy metal braces. It's a sight that's less common in high schools today. Why the change? Children today tend to get braces at a much earlier age. Some patients with special problems begin orthodontic treatment at age 7 or younger.
"The American Association of Orthodontics (AAO) recommends that all children receive an orthodontic screening...
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