Over the years it has become a thumb rule that Orthodontic treatments can be done only after erupting all permanent teeth or after 12 years. But the truth is most of problems which lead to protruded or misaligned teeth can be corrected if the treatments are given at the right time there by preventing future orthodontic treatments or reducing the intensity of the problem. The problems which lead to orthodontic cases are primarily wrong habits or deficient growth of the jaw bones. Habits can be corrected and bone growth can be encouraged , modified or redirected during the growing period. A child should be taken to an experienced myofunctional dentist at the age of three to rule out any habitual or developmental issues. If there are any developing issues it can be treated and future orthodontic treatments extractions and surgeries can be avoided.