Yes, your trusted Brisbane dentist at Malouf Dental can do just that. Today, straightening your teeth does not need to take too long. Using a revolutionary technology that has changed the field of orthodontics, aptly called Fastbraces. These braces use a different approach to straighten teeth. It has been tested and further developed over the past 20 years and has now emerged to be a very popular orthodontic solution all around the world.
Traditional braces work in two stages over a period of about two years. In the first half of the treatment, the crown of your tooth is adjusted and then the root of your tooth comes next for the other half of the treatment. Fastbraces does this simultaneously. This patented system follows a different mechanism so as to correct the position of the root from the very start of the treatment. By using a combination of special brackets and wires, Fastbraces significantly reduces the time needed to get the results that you want.
Additional Benefits of Using Fastbraces
The Innovative Fastbraces In Brisbane
The advantages of Fastbraces are not only limited to cutting the duration of the treatment. Patients have also reported that they experience less discomfort during the course. Furthermore, because Fastbraces are worn for a lesser time, the risk of developing tooth decay due to improper oral hygiene is substantially decreased. The process of using Fastbraces also means that the treatments require fewer visions to our dental clinic.
Make use of this modern way to get straighter teeth in less time. Enjoy the advantages of Fastbraces from your trusted dentist in Brisbane at Malouf Dental. Also, we can provide you and your entire family with a wide range of dental treatments so that everyone can enjoy a lifetime of beautiful and healthy smiles.
Because of the nature of the brackets and wires of braces, it is important to eat foods that are gentle on the braces. Here is a video that explains some good and bad foods to have while you have braces.
Previous patients who have used Fastbraces have reported less discomfort than the standard braces that are used in most dentists.