Kid’s Orthodontics in the Upper East Side

Early Treatment for a Lasting Healthy Bite

When it comes to your children, you only want what is best for them. At Seligman Orthodontics, PLLC, we have the best there is to offer in orthodontic technology and treatment for children and adolescents. The goal of all orthodontic treatment is to achieve a healthy bite. This is important for cosmetics, facial structure, speaking, dental health, and overall health. Having your child seen by a New York orthodontist early on can gauge their need for treatment and save you time and money later on.

Early signs of potential orthodontic problems in children include:

  • Early or late loss of baby teeth
  • Difficulty with chewing
  • Crowded or misplaced teeth growth
  • Protruding or recessed jaw
  • Jaws that shift or make sound
  • Difficulty speaking
  • Facial asymmetry
  • Inability to comfortably close lips

Getting your child the orthodontic treatment he or she needs now can avoid bigger problems for them in the future. What is referred to as interceptive treatment takes preemptive action to:

  • Reduce the risk of trauma to protruding teeth
  • Correct unhealthy oral habits
  • Encourage healthy jaw growth
  • Create space for crowded teeth
  • And most importantly, decrease treatment time as a young adult.

New York Orthodontics – Straighter Teeth are Just the Beginning

Seligman Orthodontics is a New York orthodontics provider located on Park Avenue, in the heart of the city. Led by orthodontic and dentofacial specialist Dr. Seligman, their team of highly trained professionals is constantly striving for the best and latest in orthodontic treatment and technology.

We are dedicated to providing effective treatment for your children so that they have the best possible chance for a confident and healthy life. Seligman Orthodontics, PLLC utilizes P&G Ortho Essentials Hygiene Program, equipping our clients with practical tools that can help them maintain healthy teeth and mouths. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Seligman, call (212) 988-8235.