"Andrea Linck" <> wrote in message news:<bt9cfh$4m1j2$-berlin.de>... > Thank you very much for your input. This sounds about like what our ortho> said, with the unpredictability depending on growth. I think we will> probably go ahead with it and hope she has a growth spurt in the next year> to make this work.>> For the lower tooth missing, he recommended using something on her retainer> until she was done growing and then use an implant or a bridge to> accommodate that space in her late teens or early 20s.
>> Andrea Click to expand... Andrea,that's makes it a little different. if the space on the lower isgoing to be kept open for a replacement tooth, it is as if there is nomissing tooth on the lower. I was assuming the space was going to beclosed.In that case I would again look at the growth issue a little moreclosely. orthodontists can use a xray of the hand wrist area and/orthe cervical vertebrae to make a more accurate assessment of growth.
if you daughter still has growth left, I might try the Herbst. if notmuch growth, the upper extractions to me are more attractice since thelower arch is essentially normal if the space is going to bemaintained.charlie ruffSee Also: How To Teach First Grade Math
An equipment has become the largest investments you will ever make. Appliances are always significant buys, and so are 1 in the most important portions of your home. You rely upon appliances for every little thing from cooking to cleansing, and especially contemplating the level of revenue you will be putting forth for it, it only is smart that you would want to make sure you make the most wise buy.
Dwelling appliances can be a time period that's used quite popularly these days but what does it stand for? Household appliances stand for your mechanical and electrical items that happen to be made use of in your own home for the functioning of a usual household.
I have an slight overbite due to which my face looks short .i am 19 years old.when i put my jaw in position of underbite my face looks good.i want to know...