How to Choose the Right Orthodontist or Orthotropist
 

Choosing the Right Orthotropic or Orthodontic Treatment 

Comparing methods can be difficult, always gain at least one 2nd opinion, certainly one from a conventional orthodontist, you would not buy the first car that you saw. Orthodontic and orthotropics treatment is not only expensive, it affects the entire general health of an individual. Undertake some research on the internet (this site will help, but check others), searching for the negative sides as well as just the positives, orthodontic-outrage.com is a interesting if polarized site.  Ask to talk to old patients from a clinic, friends who have had treatments or individuals from the online community, especially talking to individuals who had treatment several years before. When visiting an orthodontist ask the following questions.

1)  Will any teeth need to be extracted during or after treatment, including wisdom teeth?

2)  Will the treatment flatten or lengthen the face?

3) Is there any chance that jaw surgery may be needed now or later?