HOW FAST ARE FAST BRACES?

HOW FAST ARE FAST BRACES?

Braces are uncomfortable, inconvenient, and in often unsightly. With the amount of time they remain in the mouth, they may also introduce a risk of tooth decay since they can get in the way of proper dental hygiene. Fast Braces technology allows for much faster treatment of misaligned teeth than traditional braces. But just how fast are they? And how do they differ from normal braces?

HOW FAST ARE FAST BRACES?

 Normally, moving teeth into proper alignment takes a couple years. Thanks to their specialized design, Fast Braces accomplish this much more quickly. In some cases, Fast Braces straighten teeth in as few as 20 weeks. More commonly, however, they take about a year. This is far faster than traditional braces, which necessitate two years of use and 24/7 retainers afterward.

YOUR TREATMENT EXPECTATION

 It depends on your current smile. You need to decide how perfect you want your teeth to be. Your smile expectation will decide the type of treatment your dentist may give you.

TYPE OF BRACE

Are your comfortable with traditional braces or now-a-days popular Invisalign which are almost invisible braces? It depends on aesthetics and the results.

YOUR BIOLOGIC RESPONSE

The time frame will also vary according to the biological response of your teeth. How easily will your teeth move is very difficult to interpret as the popularity is because of the reason that accelerated orthodontic treatment can be completed in half the time that it would take traditional braces to achieve the same results.

QUALITY OF TREATMENT PLAN

The science of teeth movement relies on two principles—moving teeth’s crowns and moving their roots. To reposition teeth at more effective angles, orthodontic treatment is often divided into two parts based on these principles. The unique, triangular design of Fast Braces’ brackets allows them to simultaneously move your teeth’s crowns and roots, reducing treatment time by up to 50%.

ACCELERATIVE TREATMENT ADDITIONS

With technological advancement there are many devices in dentistry available that boosts and speeds up the process of treatment. It’s said to have increased the treatment speed by 30 to 50 %.

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