Pediatric Orthodontics Is More Than Just About a Child’s Smile

Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions has released Three previously unpublished facts about its My service is pediatric orthodontics "Pediatric Orthodontics". Further information can be found at https://www.mergenorthodontics.com/.

Iowa City, United States - February 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions has today made public its blog on when your child should begin seeing an orthodontist. The blog entitled ‘Pediatric Orthodontics’, is now available at https://www.mergenorthodontics.com/pediatric-orthodontist-in-iowa-city/.

Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions serve all of the following areas and their surrounding areas… Iowa City | Coralville | North Liberty | Solon.

The idea for the blog post came about because it is best to anticipate any potential concerns prior to the emergence of permanent teeth and before the formation of a still-developing facial structure. The gist of the the article is that orthodontics is more than just about straight teeth.

Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions got it’s start when Founder Dr. John Mergen noticed a growing need for pediatric orthodontics. The procedure evolved over time in response to a growing public awareness and a parents overall desire to have their children with the best dental health orthodontics science could provide.

Mergen Orthodontics looks at more than just the smile.They examine the movement and growth of the jaw using panoramic x-rays, looking at tooth follicles and checking for impacted, missing and overcrowded teeth.

There’s no set age for a child’s first orthodontist visit — many orthodontists, including Dr. Mergen, say kids should see an orthodontist once their permanent teeth start coming in, around age 7. At Mergen Othodontics they recommend dental problems are corrected while your child is still growing…. as once they stop growing, treatment may take longer and require more extensive work.

Mergen Orthodontics likes to do things to connect with patients by publishing useful information via their blog site, releasing these little factoids in order to make a real difference.

Dr. Mergen has been practicing pediatric orthodontics now over twenty years. For more facts and further information about Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions, reach out to the friendly team at https://www.mergenorthodontics.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. John Mergen
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Organization: Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions
Address: 1570 Mall Dr. Suite 1, Iowa City, Iowa 52240, United States
Phone: +1-319-688-0800
Website: https://www.mergenorthodontics.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946486

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