As someone told your age 6 child who has a bulldog bite to wait until all the baby teeth fall out before seeing me, Dr. Fox? Has someone told you that the bulldog bite is because the lower jaw is growing too long, yet they didn't mention that many of these problems are the upper jaw not growing out? Did they also not mention that the upper jaw can be correct in over 90% of all cases?
Learn How Your Child Shouldn't Have an Embarrassing Bulldog Bite. How Treatment in My Hands Can Have Your Child's Upper Jaw Fixed in Little as 17 Months with No Jaw Surgery. Learn the Secrets That Many Orthodontists and General Dentists Never Learned.
Find out why your child's bulldog bite needs to be evaluated by me at age 6
and not closer to the age of 10 where this then becomes a permanent problem
costing thousands of dollars more and more difficult procedures for your child
to go through.
There's absolutely no reason why you should wait any longer to have straight teeth for your child. Simply fill in your information below and you will receive a free report e-mailed to you.
Learn the secrets of Bulldog Bites:
- Why is it hard to get the upper jaw to grow forward in bulldog bites after the age of 10?
- Can a child jump right into bulldog treatment or is there something that is needed first?
- Why bulldog bite corrections at age 6 is better than the result of having jaw surgery to correct it
at age 16?
- How your child will not wear anything noticeable to their friends to get the upper jaw to grow forward?
- Why bulldog bites that have the lower front teeth tipped towards the tongue need to be tipped forward at age 6 rather than wait until the teenage years that could cause gum and bone problems for those same teeth?
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