About Face: Preventing Adenoid Faces In Children

In 1872, C.V Tomes coined the term “adenoid faces” to describe the long lean mid-face with high arched palate and dental crowding present in children with chronic nasal airway obstruction. Traditionally, orthodontists and pediatric dentists are heavily relied upon to correct these predictable and often-avoidable facial changes; however, there are preventative measures that can be highly effective for these children. At CornerStone Ear, Nose & Throat we believe that a proactive approach, particularly in children from 18 months to four … Continued