Even though I'm not a dentist, I know the answer. It is necessary because the braces pull on the teeth causing the gums to recede which will in time need to be fixed by gum grafting. So yeah, it is appropriate. I had braces and about 5 months after I got them my gums started to recede. If she is scared, then tell her not to be, because they will numb her mouth all over. And it only feels like ten minutes when she will be in there. So I suggest go and have it done, because if not there could be more than receding gums in the future. I am a 24 year old female and I have receding gums on almost all of my teeth. I just had gum grafting done on the top right side of my mouth and my periodontist told me that if I hadn't had the procedure done I would've lost all of my teeth. The receding for me is heredity, my father had periodontist so bad that he had to have dentures at the age of 28. My daugher had gum grafting procedure when she was 10 yrs. old prior to braces. Her teeth and gums look fantastic now as a teenager but the procedure was difficult for her and she didn't follow doctors procedures as far as really taking it easy for a week after surgery and had a few complications. My advice is ask your orthodontist or periodontist if you can wait til the child is a little older. Sometimes teeth are so misaligned that they cause a trauma towards the gum, often expressed as gum recession.
If the gum recession is advanced, it is recommended to do a gum graft. This is rare for children but can still occur.
Unless you absolutely can't afford it, then this isn't about you and your wife, but the fact your daughter needs braces and you should be OFFERING to help pay for them. Braces don't come cheap. The courts will decide on what is appropriate for Child Support and not your wife or you. If the courts feel your wife is getting enough for Child Support then that's it and you pay no more. You can also retain legal counsel and have your wife give you ALL receipts of that Child Support so you know that every cent is being spent on your daughter's upbringing and what the money is being spent on.
I believe you can save over %50 off the braces for adult of child. I have this plan also for all my other dental needs and procedures. They will even activate you benefits in 2 hours. Hope This Helps.
Yes she did, and needs to sort out her teeth!
No, you don't need to.
Your family dentist will usually be the one to suggest that a child needs to see an orthodontist. In general a child will be 12 or older before their teeth begin to need straightening.
There are numerous different options for orthodontic work in children, but every child's dental needs are specific to that child's mouth. It is hard to determine what work a child may need without having a professional exam and understanding what work needs to be completed. It is great to go into an appointment informed, so with that said, some popular choices include traditional metal braces, clear braces, and even invisilign.
Not in the UK. Anyone under the age of 18 needs what is called an "appropriate adult" with them. The police are well aware of the "appropriate adult" system and custody suites have a list of such people (social workers and so on) that will attend interviews for these purposes if there is no adult that the child knows available to be with the child for these purposes.
age appropriate vaccines should be administered
The amount of time someone needs to wear braces is highly dependent on how badly the individual needed braces to begin with. On average however, people wear braces for approximately 2 years.
If you have children, you should check into orthodontic insurance. Orthodontic insurance helps pay for braces and other orthodontic devices. Braces can cost you $5,000 per child, and that's just a baseline figure. With orthodontic insurance, you can get ahead of the problem and be ready when your child needs braces. It's not a good idea to wait until a child is a teeanger to try and get coverage. Children as young as five often need an orthodonitc device to help quit sucking their thumb. Sometimes orthodontists use preventative techniques which start as young as seven or eight.
Yes. It is called mainstreaming and the special education teacher comes to the class instead of pulling out the child. The regular teacher also is required to meet the needs of the IEP.
ask your provider...
If the present is age appropriate, the child can use it as desired. However, many people give cash gifts and so on with the intention that the parent or guardian will save the money for a car or education when the child needs funding.
If your child has shown an interest in summer camp then I would suggest you find one appropriate for their needs. There are many camps to help children with social issues, etc.
Child support is paid to meet the needs of a child. If the child needs a cell phone, yes.
depends the mold needs to set a then sent off
Adele Faye N'jie has written: 'Basic needs of the child' 'Dishes with appropriate desserts' -- subject(s): Gambian Cookery
you could but honestly if your teeth aren't that bad stay far away from braces their not worth it in any way.yes yhu could she/he needs to shutup
Appropriate for who, or what? This question needs more information to be answered. The definitions of "appropriate" and "inappropriate" are: "suitable (or not suitable) for a particular person, purpose or occasion" (definitions from dictionary.com). Unless you specify what that particular person, purpose or occasion is, your question is meaningless. By definition, whether something is appropriate or inappropriate is dependent on what it's being used for. Anything can be appropriate or inappropriate, depending on what it's being used for. For example, a sexy green dress would be appropriate for a cocktail party, but inappropriate for a funeral. So you cannot simply ask, "Is this dress appropriate?" You have to specify: "Is this dress appropriate for a cocktail party?" or "Is this dress appropriate for a funeral?" Or, "Is this movie appropriate?" Appropriate for who, or what? The question needs more information: "Is this movie appropriate for an 8-year-old child?" or "Is this movie appropriate for a romantic night at home with my husband?" or "Is this movie appropriate to watch at my grandmother's 91st birthday party?"
No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an adult.No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an adult.No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an adult.No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an adult.
Sasha Obama is not a special needs child.
Appropriate for whom, and for what purpose? Appropriate for a 10-year-old child's slumber party? Appropriate for your grandmother on her 96th birthday? Appropriate for a romantic night at home with your husband? Unless you specify what you mean by, "appropriate," this question is unanswerable and ultimately useless. The word "appropriate" does not have a universal meaning that can be tossed around without any specification. Anything can be appropriate or inappropriate, depending on the situation and on whose opinion you ask. By itself, the word "appropriate" is essentially meaningless; it needs to be qualified by a person and/or a situation: "Is this movie appropriate for my 5-year-old child?" or "Is this tie appropriate for a funeral?" or "Is this dress appropriate for me to wear at Susan's wedding?"
If you are going to pay the high cost for braces then go to the orthodontist, most dentist may have qualifications but aren't as equipped to handle your needs.
The cost of braces is determined by the amount of work that needs to be done on your teeth. Anywhere from $4,500 - $10,000, but if you have dental coverage much of the cost could be covered.