Stanley Dentistry Offers Innovation in Orthodontics for Children
Have you heard the fantastic news?
Stanley Dentistry in Cary NC is now offering the latest innovation in orthodontics–the Healthy Start program for treatment of Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) and to straighten teeth permanently. As many as 9 out of 10 children reportedly suffer from symptoms related to SDB.
Often the symptoms of SDB can include:
- Difficulty in school subjects like math and spelling
- Mouth Breathing
- Teeth Grinding
- Chronic Allergies
- Restless sleep & nightmares
- Poor jaw formation
These symptoms can lead to delayed growth, daytime sleepiness, chronic asthma, crowded teeth, malocclusion (bad bite/teeth position) and more.
Healthy Start can alleviate these symptoms by treating the underlying cause. By wearing the proprietary Healthy Start appliance for a few hours during the day or overnight, and working with the child’s natural development, the dental arch will widen and the jaw develops properly.
Early intervention is the key to long-term success. As children are growing, their bodies can be manipulated unlike that of fully formed adults. When a certified provider properly administers Healthy Start, the results are permanent. This means proper breathing and airway maintenance, as well as, straight teeth for a lifetime without a retainer.
HealthyStart™ fixes the cause of SDB, not the symptoms. The result is a long-term solution not an ongoing need to address airway issues. The proprietary, all natural orthotic expands and develops the airway in children. With full patient compliance, the system works to permanently to solve the issues of crowded teeth and restricted airways.
To learn more about Healthy Start at Stanley Dentistry in Cary NC, visit our Healthy Start page. To find out if Healthy Start may be an option for your child, contact us today and schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our Healthy Start family dentists.
Healthy Start was founded by Dr. Earl Bergersen, DDS, MSD, ABO who just celebrated 50 years and the treatment of 3.5 million children around the world.
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