I'm unhappy with my smile, where should I go to have my bite evaluated?
Orthodontics is the oldest specialty in the field of Dentistry. The State of Michigan Requires Orthodontists to have completed an accredited advanced 30-36 month curriculum in one of 65 Dental schools in North America. A separate License is required to call yourself an Orthodontist. The person who is telling you that you or your child needs "braces" , also does general dental work are not Orthodontists and they must acknowledge the work is not being done by a specialist. If you are not sure ask to see their Michigan specialty License. You need to know who is doing the work and what are their qualifications. Dr. Palmer is the past Director of the Pediatric Graduate Orthodontic Clinic at University of Michigan and has had opportunities to see the absolute cutting edge of the newest techniques. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends the children be seen at the age of 7. This allows the orthodontist to evaluate the degree of difficulty, monitor the transition to permanent teeth, and intercept problems that are best treated at an early age. Dr. Palmer has been creating beautiful smile for over 30 years and has seen his patients grow to adults and are now bring their children for evaluations Dr. Palmer He uses the most advanced technology that he can offer his patients. New advances in orthodontics makes wearing braces easier, more comfortable, quicker and aesthetically pleasing for patients. “Seeing the physical and mental changes patients experience with braces has been very rewarding.” Dr. Nick’s practice offers a very comfortable and caring atmosphere. “ He is also the designated orthodontist for PBS Kids
My staff and I have a wonderful rapport with our patients; it’s more like an extended family.” Come visit our website for tours and answers to your orthodontic questions.
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