We personally diagnose each patient's case based on the information gathered during the initial examination and thorough review of diagnostic records. Diagnostic records usually include impressions, photographs, and radiographs. Impressions are needed to obtain accurate models of the teeth and dental arches so that we can measure their relationships to one another. Photographs and radiographs will be used to determine where to move each of the teeth within the upper and lower jaws.
As the next step to getting started with your care, diagnostic records are an essential part of providing quality orthodontics. A consultation appointment is scheduled after the diagnostic materials are obtained. Our treatment recommendations are presented at that appointment after thorough review and analysis of these materials.
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