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Interceptive orthodontic treatment

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Interceptive orthodontic treatment

(Science: dentistry) orthodontic treatment usually done when you are 6-8 years old.

The objective of interceptive orthodontic treatment is to expand your palate and make other corrections, so that your later orthodontic treatment goes quicker and is less painful.