When it comes to orthodontic treatment, there are many options for patients. Traditional braces use to be the go to for most but a treatment choice has become more common in recent years is Fastbraces. If you want to take control of your orthodontic treatment and experience faster and better results, you should consider looking into other options like Fastbraces. Dr. Carolina Giraldo is a dentist who offers this revolutionary treatment to her patients. Here is an overview of the differences between this type of orthodontic treatment and the traditional process of using metal braces to straighten teeth.
How They Work
Fastbraces uses a more efficient process to straighten the teeth than traditional braces. Instead of metal brackets, wires and elastic bands, these braces have self-ligating brackets that can focus on moving the root and the crown of the teeth into proper position. Patients report fewer instances of discomfort from metal wires or brackets because of the unique design of the structure.
Average Treatment Time
Treatment time with Fastbraces is usually much faster than traditional braces. Instead of wearing braces for years, patients typically get incredible results in less than a year. The braces’ unique design makes them much more efficient than other forms of treatment.
Cost is also a factor in deciding which treatment is right for you. With a shorter time frame of treatment, Fastbraces gives patients a little less strain on their wallets. Patients pay for fewer visits and save some money if they opt for this lighting fast orthodontic treatment.
Dr. Giraldo can help you determine if you are a potential candidate for Fastbraces treatment. If your child needs braces or if you have always wanted straighter teeth, this type of orthodontic treatment may be the perfect solution. Contact our office in Norwalk, CT today to find out more about how to get started on an orthodontic treatment plan. Our staff can help you make the right decision about which process would be the best fit for you or your child’s teeth!
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