Good Candidates for Fastbraces®
By J. Brent Gorrell on February 05, 2016
Dr. J. Brent Gorrell believes in providing patients in the greater Mountain View area with the most state-of-the-art dental care possible. This means offering advanced cosmetic and restorative treatments as well as the latest technologies and techniques in orthodontics.
With that in mind, we'd like to consider Fastbraces®, a major step forward in fast orthodontic care. Let's see how Fastbraces® can help patients have the healthiest and most beautiful smiles possible.
What Is Fastbraces®?
Fastbraces® refers to a revolutionary form or orthodontic care that accelerates the traditional orthodontic treatment process. Whereas traditional braces and alternatives to braces achieve results in a year to two years. With Fastbraces®, a straight and perfectly aligned smile can be achieved in just a few months.
How Does Fastbraces® Differ from Traditional Orthodontics?
This revolutionary approach to orthodontics uses advanced technology and special bracket systems that help apply precise pressure and tension on the teeth and the tooth roots, allowing for straighter smiles in far less time than traditional orthodontics. The key is proper positioning of the roots from the outset of orthodontic treatment, which means optimal results sooner rather than later.
Fastbraces® treatment is safe and affordable, and backed by technology that ensures customized treatment plans every time.
General Candidacy for Fastbraces®
The ideal candidates for Fastbraces® are people who require substantial orthodontic care to improve the overall alignment of their teeth and dental arches. They should have a good understanding of the risks and benefits of the Fastbraces® process, and they should also have realistic expectations about what Fastbraces® can achieve in a short period of time.
Fastbraces® for Kids
Fastbraces® are an excellent option for children. Orthodontic care in younger patients tends to be fast and lower on complications given that the child is still growing and his or her teeth and jawbone structures are more malleable. With Fastbraces®, the process rapid without compromising patient safety, meaning your child will wear these quick-acting braces for less time and achieve great dental alignment and improved dental health sooner.
Fastbraces® for Adults
Adult orthodontics can pose a number of problems to patients given how long the process can take and how much the brackets and wires associated with dental care can interrupt daily life. This is an especially important concern for adults who have careers in which they have to be a public face for their company. With Fastbraces®, the reduced treatment timeline means that they can achieve great dental health and be in and out of braces sooner than expected.
Are There Any Risks to Fastbraces®?
In general, the risks of Fastbraces® are about the same as the risks of traditional orthodontic care. The planning process is key when it comes to Fastbraces®.
Orthodontists and dentists will make careful determinations about the nature of the misalignment and degree of the malocclusion, and in turn help create the ideal treatment to meet the patient's needs.
Are Fastbraces® Right for Me?
The best way to find out if Fastbraces® are the ideal treatment option for you and your needs is to schedule a consultation at our practice. We can take dental x-rays and run various diagnostic tests to determine what kind of orthodontic treatment would best meet your needs and help you have a smile that looks great and is properly aligned as well. We will go over all of your options for care in full detail during this visit.
Contact Dr. J. Brent Gorrell
For more information about Fastbraces® and how they can help you have the straight and beautiful smile you've always wanted, be sure to contact our advanced dental care center today. Dr. J. Brent Gorrell and his team will help you have a healthy smile and great dental health as well.
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