Orthodontic treatment can be a long, uncomfortable, and expensive journey. However, you have more options with modern dentistry from Complete Dental Works in West New York, NJ. Traditional braces take a long time to achieve results and involve a lot of metal brackets and wires. They can be uncomfortable and need to be adjusted regularly by your local dentist. They’re also difficult to clean, making it a challenge to perform your regular dental routine. Fastbraces realign your smile in about 100 days without the difficulty and discomfort.
With our advanced treatment, Fastbraces straighten teeth faster than other orthodontic treatment options. Most traditional methods straighten teeth in two steps – straightening the crown of teeth then the root of teeth. Fastbraces move the root of teeth from the beginning of treatment to cut down the time it takes for results. The patented technology involved in the process produces straighter teeth from the very first day.
Fastbraces can help correct several dental issues, such as:
There is no need for pain medication when it comes to Fastbraces. The teeth do not endure as much friction as they would with traditional straightening methods, keeping you from experiencing discomfort. Anxiety will also be reduced, since patients will not have shining metal invading their mouth and causing others to notice. Young individuals will appreciate not having the stigma of braces tied to them as they go through school. Fastbraces gives them peace of mind and a straightened smile in an average of 100 days.
Traditional braces can be very difficult to clean, but Fastbraces are small enough to allow easy cleaning. You can continue to take care of your teeth and reduce the likelihood of developing tooth decay or dental diseases. Due to the fast results of Fastbraces, you can get back to your normal routine in less time and enjoy full access to each part of your mouth.
Speak to your Complete Dental Works dentist about your dental options and to discuss whether the Fastbraces system is right for you.