7Up - Early Treatment

Give your child the best opportunity for a healthy, beautiful smile!

The American Association of Orthodontics recommends all children get a check-up with an orthodontic specialist no later than age 7.

An early evaluation is free!

Early detection of orthodontic problems does not necessarily mean treatment. When deemed appropriate however, early intervention can minimize the need for more costly and extensive care later.

In addition, alignment of your child’s teeth can enhance self-esteem at an important time in social development.

Feldman Orthodontics is happy to assess your child without charge to determine if they exhibit any sign of malocclusion or other orthodontic issues.

Have your child check their bite!

The check your bite ruler can be used as a guide to determine protrusion of the top front teeth… one of the most common problems in children today. Early detection of extreme protrusion may allow for simple orthopedic (skeletal) correction. Download our brochure and the check your bite ruler.

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Protruding Teeth

Excessive protrusion of the top teeth is the most common orthodontic problem.


The upper teeth fit improperly inside the lower teeth.

Crowding/Open Bite

Crowded teeth resulting in overlapping. A separation of the front teeth when biting down through which the tongue can protrude


Excessive space between the teeth.


Excessive protrusion of the lower jaw and teeth.

Midline Discrepency

Improper alignment of upper and lower midlines and/or chin which can affect proper fit of the bite.

Persistent Habits

Long term finger/thumb sucking habits or tongue thrusting which are both noted for creating multiple bite issues.

Airway Deficiency

Chronic mouth breathing can interfere with proper development of upper and lower arches.

What We Offer

  • A FREE orthodontic evaluation which includes a panoramic x-ray, digital images, and consultation with Dr. Feldman valued at $495.00.

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  • The American Association of Orthodontics recommends all children get a check-up with an orthodontic specialist no later than age 7

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  • "invisible braces" and even clear aligners result in braces that are a far cry from the “Ugly Betty” look.

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  • Braces have traditionally been considered mainly for children and teens. Today, more and more adults are aware of the benefits of adult treatment

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  • No more uncomfortable goo creating dental impressions at Feldman Orthodontics we offer digital patient impressions using the latest I-tero technology.

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  • Feldman Orthodontics is now a certified provider of custom Under Armour performance mouthwear!

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  • TMJ / TMD problems include tight muscles, joint inflammation, or teeth grinding.

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  • Cleft Palate is a facial deformity, so rare that most people have never heard of it, occurring 1 in 800 live births.

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  • You may be affected by sleep apnea if you... Are drowsy during the day with no explanation. Snore loudly or wake up breathless at night.

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  • Dr Feldman specializes in "Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics." Many are confused by the "dentofacial orthopedics". We can explain!

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  • Orthognathic Surgery is an adjunct to orthodontic treatment that can help reshape the jaw and jaw position to help improve their form and function.

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  • Craniofacial orthodontics is the sub-specialty of orthodontics focusing on the multidisciplinary treatment of patients with birth defects.

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  • Wearing retainers as instructed is the key to maintaining the success of orthodontic treatment. Patients may be advised to wear retainers full-time for the first six months after “active” treatment ends, with subsequent wear time reduced to night-time onl

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  • Conventional braces alone can take anywhere from a year and a half to four years to properly align and straighten your teeth. AcceleDent® Aura, a take-home orthodontic device, which resembles a sports mouth guard, is shaking things up among orthodontists.

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