Fastbraces® are the quickest way to improve the alignment of crooked teeth. These devices often negate the need for extractions and they can safely straighten teeth in as little as three months. This article will explore how fastbraces® work and some of the important things to know when thinking about going this route.Fastbraces® share some…
What to Expect with Fastbraces
Fastbraces® are orthodontic devices that are great for those who want to straighten their teeth in as little time as possible. The technology that powers these devices allows patients to reach their desired cosmetic goals. It leads to less discomfort, and it takes less time to reach the desired result.
Fastbraces® come with a triangular design that leads to improved spacing between braces. The patient's teeth move to their optimal position in less time and greater ease. The average treatment time with these devices is somewhere between six months and a year.
Everything you should know about fastbraces®
Anyone who is dealing with orthodontic issues like overlapping teeth, crooked teeth or crowded teeth can benefit from straightening their teeth in as little time as possible. Such issues make it harder to clean teeth surfaces by brushing or flossing since other teeth might be getting in the way. This makes a person more vulnerable to tooth decay and gum disease.
Treatment with fastbraces® only requires a few visits to the dentist to monitor the patient's progress and to make adjustments as needed. Patients might need to avoid sticky or hard foods during the course of their treatment. Consuming such foods can end up damaging the appliance, making it less effective at pushing teeth to a better alignment.
One of the great benefits that come with fastbraces® is the minimal maintenance needed once the patient's treatment has been completed. Most people who straighten their teeth with these devices do not have to deal with the prolonged use of retainers that people who use braces have to deal with. Many can simply wear a retainer for about 15 minutes a day to keep their teeth in the proper position. That means patients can return to their normal diets and how life once was after completing treatment with fastbraces.
How fastbraces work
Fastbraces have been tested for over 20 years and their popularity continues to grow. These devices aim to move the crowns of a person's teeth and their roots simultaneously. It makes fastbraces one of the most effective ways to straighten teeth.
Fastbraces work using the same concept as metal braces. The patient has small brackets cemented to their teeth and wires are used to connect the brackets on one half of the jaw. Tightening the wires means more force pushed on the patient's teeth.
What separates fastbraces from traditional metal braces are the elbow-shaped brackets it uses and their elevated slots. This increases the flexibility of the metal wires applying force on the bracket, allowing for extra torquing and tipping that moves teeth roots as well during the treatment.
One of the main benefits that come with fast braces is the shorter treatment times. Treatments with traditional braces and aligners can last up to four years, while most patients might have to wear fastbraces for a year or less.
Thanks to fastbraces, you can have well-aligned teeth within a year. Call or visit our Atlanta clinic to start the process.
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