Orthodontics and its myths

The appearance of teeth does not affect children's self-esteem

Ever more widespread, bullying at school is a devastating phenomenon for the children who suffer from it. While its causes are always specific, some studies suggest that there are objective factors that contribute to it.

Among these elements, facial and dental disharmony occupy a central place. This is where orthodontic treatment can help. By correcting any asymmetries of dental origin or nature, early intervention can improve the harmony of the face and teeth, restoring confidence in children who no longer have to endure the mockery of their peers.

Although adults can ignore teasing, it often has a major impact on a child's well-being and development. Helping them to feel good about themselves can make a big difference.
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