Crowding: Case 1
This patient came to our East-side practice location in China Grove, a short drive from Schertz. His mom was very concerned about the dental crowding which was obvious due to the fact that his upper canine teeth had come in ectopically, or very high compared to the rest of his teeth. We assessed that his crowding was moderate to severe, and we recommended that he have his four first premolars removed to resolve his crowding. He was in treatment for 2 years, and we achieved a beautiful smile. As is often the case, he mentioned that the thing he liked most about our practice is the wonderful people who work here.