Orthodontics INTERCETTIVA ideally each patient in the evolutive age should be treated in permanent teeth acquired, the famous treatments of "schools". The' Orthodontics lntercettiva exception anticipating the treatments to "elementary schools".
The reasons for doing so must be more that valid because it lacks essentially still 12 permanent teeth to'appeal. Substantially it intervenes when the defect of mastication is very accentuated to avoid incurring possible future surgical interventions, but also in the presence of dental crowds strict where if not widens the mouth, there is the risk of incurring future extractions of permanent teeth. The decision therefore is to climb onto the first "train of growth.