Treatment of malocclusion in children and adults with removable and fixed braces, including cosmetic braces. The orthodontist will decide which braces should be selected for a given malocclusion during the initial visit. Wanting to speed up the diagnostic process, one can come to the first visit right away with a PANTOMOGRAPHIC photo of the jaws, which is usually sufficient to evaluate the hard tissues of the oral cavity. In some cases, however, the doctor will ask you to provide a CEPHALOMETRIC PHOTO of the skull allowing for accurate measurements and analysis of the patient’s bite conditions. Correction of the occlusion can be done at any age. In adults (with completed skeletal development), the process usually takes longer than in children, but does not usually exceed 24ech months, allowing satisfactory cosmetic and functional results to be achieved.