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The new innovative technology of fast style braces allows for the movement of teeth at the root level towards the correct position. The technology behind these braces is effective enough to enable faster results that can be witnessed within weeks or months, compared to years. This article explains the differences and drawbacks of the fast type of braces compared to mass usage devices currently used by most orthodontists.
How Fast Braces Work?
People who have crooked teeth usually have their teeth either growing in a sideways manner or in a slightly tilted way. This process starts from the root of the tooth that is planted at an angle. Fast styled braces target the root of the tooth with the intention of leveling to a straight position when the root shifts also shift to a straight position. Orthodontics today is capable of straightening teeth without the use of root maneuvering.
To make the fat bit happen, a special super-elastic nickel titanium square wire is used to apply pressure to the root of the tooth until it gets to the upright position. Fast brace technology helps to shift the crown of the tooth and its root in position at the same time.
Differences Between Fast and Traditional
The primary differences are said to be:
- A shorter treatment period of between 3 months and one year to achieve straight teeth.
- A more affordable option compared to traditional-braces because of their short treatment time.
- Movement of the crown and roots at the same time during treatment.
Basically, the cause of the difference between the two treatments lies in their structures. In fast brace technology, the structure is made of self-ligating brackets that do not require an extra wire or elastic band to hold them in position. This can be achieved by other methods without resorting to root tampering.
Who Can use Faster Braces?
Anyone can actually request for fast brace treatment options. You need a certified fast brace orthodontist to help you determine if you are a good candidate for the treatment. This is a difficult task. Whereas there are plenty of orthodontist experts in fields like Invisalign and Damon System, finding a fast brace orthodontist is difficult.
Do You Need to Wear a Retainer?
Retention is necessary every day with a complete teeth alignment from any type of bracing. There are those who prefer wearing the retainer at night, but most importantly, retainers should not be worn for hours after treatment is done.
Fast braces advertise several benefits which include:
- A comfortable process
- It is discreet
Fast-braces are seen as a discreet treatment method compared to the traditional braces that are large, visible, and they stand out. Since fast-braces have a triangular structure, they take less space on the structure of the foot. Making the brackets to be slightly hidden, compared to regular braces.
Traditional and modern technology like Invisalign and Damon System use the same discretion and comfort levels. King Orthodontics only use these. These are proven by years of use by millions of users.
The Treatment of Choice is…
Straightening procedures usually require patients that can span from 18 months to 2.5 years. This a safe and workable time span. The quicker pace in tooth movement is unexplored in the orthodontic industry compared to the mass use devices. This time frame allows the expert to gauge overall movement better.
Orthodontics like Invisalign and Damon and even traditional metal can straighten your smile in a pace suited for both the user and the orthodontist. All orthodontics deal with the same issues:
- Teeth that are stuck in the bone.
- Complex overcrowding of teeth.
- TMD/TMJ disorders.
Faster braces do not cause side effects but finding an expert is difficult. Knowing the movement of your teeth in perfect time is always paramount for the orthodontist. Which is why Dr. Sam King at King Orthodontics always uses state-of-the-art equipment and tried and tested methods and techniques.
Schedule an appointment with us by calling our office now. Did you know our that our clinic offers a free consultation for those interested in correcting their teeth? Our team believes in providing professional information to the public on orthodontic care without prejudice. Book an appointment today for the smile of your life.
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