The first question that orthodontic patients have is always the same: “When will I get my braces off?” This question has, for many years, created a negative psychological association with orthodontic treatment, because it was traditionally thought that treatment would last for 2-3 years or more. However, recent advances in technology have made it possible for treatment to be completed in a very short time frame, sometimes as little as 100 days.
This is often met with disbelief, as it seems impossible that a treatment which used to cause pain and suffering for years can now be completed relatively quickly and easily. However, the truth is that the human body is capable of moving teeth into their correct position in a timeframe similar to the natural eruption of teeth, which only takes a few months. Fastbraces(R) technology is a cutting-edge system that uses uniquely designed brackets and a lightweight, flexible wire to cause immediate root movement from the beginning of treatment, resulting in straighter teeth in a shorter amount of time.
This technology is backed by three patents and has been shown to be effective in restoring the alveolar bone and treating gingivitis. Fastbraces(R) providers use a simple 7-step plan to control the entire treatment, giving their patients a quality result without relying on patient compliance.
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