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Teeth alignment can be changed at any age of your gums and bone structure are healthy. Here at Young Dental Care, we offer a variety of treatments designed for your lifestyle.

Orthodontic treatment can dramatically improve your personal appearance and self-esteem. And there are invisible, individualized options available – no one will even know you’re wearing clear braces! Take a look at these famous faces with braces.



Improving the health of your teeth and gums is equally important. Crooked teeth and a bad bite can contribute to gum and bone loss, tooth decay, abnormal wear of tooth and enamel and surfaces, even headaches, and sometime jaw and joint (TMJ / TMD) pain.


Phase 1 Treatment

Phase I, or early interceptive treatment, is orthodontic treatment that is done before all of the permanent teeth have erupted, and often occurs between the ages of six and ten.

Phase I treatment is recommended by Dr. Thoa Nguyen when there is a moderate or severe orthodontic problem that should not wait until later to be treated. Dr. Thoa Nguyen is very conservative and does not recommend Phase I treatment unless she can make a significant difference in her patient's outcome by doing it. We wait until treatment that is efficient and economical can be delivered. We wait until we can do the best care, at the best time, for the best value. If treatment should not be delayed, Dr. Thoa Nguyen will recommend Phase I treatment.

The goal of Phase I Treatment is to develop the child's jaws to make room for the future eruption of permanent teeth and to improve the relationship of the upper and lower jaws. An upper or lower jaw that is growing too much or not enough can benefit from this early orthodontic treatment. This early correction can often prevent dental trauma, later removal of permanent teeth or even jaw surgery. Leaving a severe condition untreated until all permanent teeth erupt could result in a problem too severe to correct with braces alone.

The treatment time for Phase I treatment is usually between 9-18 months. After this, our patients wear retainers and are checked every four to six months while waiting for the remaining permanent teeth to erupt.


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Issaquah Dental Care

Address: 670 NW Gilman Blvd, Ste B3, Issaquah, WA 98027

Phone: (425) 557-6453

Email: info@issaquahdentalcare.com

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Office Hours

Mon: 8AM - 5PM
Tue: 8AM - 5PM
Wed: 8AM - 5PM
Thu: 8AM - 5PM
Fri: 8AM - 3PM
Sat & Sun: Closed


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If your tooth has been cracked or damaged and you're in serious pain, call our Issaquah dentist at (425) 557-6453 immediately so that we can see you as soon as we can.





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