Bouncing, jumping, and sometimes even soaring through the air, few things match the unbridled happiness that radiates from a child’s grin. Orthodontic treatment at the right age can significantly impact your child’s ability to thrive. At Hamilton & Manuele Orthodontics, we believe that taking early steps can set the stage for a lifetime of healthy smiles and boundless joy.

When is the right time?

The AAO recommends the first orthodontic evaluation by age 7. Our experienced team treats children as young as 4, assessing tooth, jaw, and airway development for optimal oral health. The timing of treatment depends on your child’s needs. Our proactive approach addresses concerns early for the best outcome.

Preventative or Early Orthodontic Treatment May Include:

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Jr. World Changers

In many cases, monitoring your child’s growth and development is the recommended course of action. That’s why we offer enrollment in our kids club, or “Jr. World Changers” program. As a member, your child will receive complimentary exams every 6 to 12 months to ensure their growth and development is on track. In addition to the complimentary exams, being a Jr. World Changer provides your child access to a range of fun events and contests designed to motivate and inspire them. These events and contests are a great way to keep your child engaged and excited about their oral health journey.

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Las Vegas, NV 89145

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