Could Fastbraces Be Ideal for You?

Could Fastbraces Be Right for You?Are gaps between your teeth or visible overlapping causing you to feel insecure each time you show your smile? Do you spend lots of time wishing you had worn braces as a teenager? Many adults put up with imperfections in their smile because they are too ashamed to do anything about it. They’re worried that the only way to straighten their teeth is by spending years in noticeable metal braces. Fortunately, that is not the case. Fastbraces make it possible to quickly improve the alignment of your smile, often more comfortably and more discreetly than with traditional braces.

When Are Cosmetic Braces a Viable Treatment Option?

When your teeth are only slightly misaligned, veneers or cosmetic bonding might be able to hide minor gaps. Contouring could be used to correct minor overlapping. That said, these cosmetic treatments are no substitution for orthodontic treatment, when the alignment issues are more severe or are creating functional problems such as overbites, underbites, or even TMJ-related symptoms due to misalignment.

In these cases, it is best to talk to your dentist about whether or not your smile could be improved through the use of Fastbraces, which provide many of the same benefits of traditional orthodontia, without the need for spending years in noticeable and often uncomfortable traditional braces.

Fastbraces speed the process by carefully moving both the crown and the tooth roots during the same treatment, rather that moving one at a time. This can significantly speed the time required to properly align teeth. In fact, many patients are able to complete their Fastbraces treatment in six months to a year’s time.

Many patients also say that they experience less sensitivity and discomfort with this system, than with traditional braces. Finally, Fastbraces relies on clear brackets to move the teeth, which allows for more discreet treatment.

The Fastbraces system can be used on many patients to address a variety of alignment issues, so ask your dentist if it could be the best fit for your smile’s needs!