To straighten teeth in a different way, Fastbraces® were created. Fastbraces® is a revolutionary system of quick, safe, simple, and inexpensive braces that is revolutionizing the orthodontics industry. For almost all cases, it is a full, non-extraction system that offers patients excellent outcomes.
In two stages, typically over the course of about two years, traditional braces move teeth into position. The tooth's crown is positioned correctly during the first year. The second year of treatment focuses on the tooth's root position. The brackets used with Fastbraces®, however, operate according to a completely different mechanical theory. The patented system uses a cutting-edge triangular bracket and a square wire with a unique shape to adjust the position of the tooth's root from the start of treatment. The root and crown can be realigned simultaneously thanks to this combination.
Classic metal, Turbo, and Clear are the available finishes for the Brackets.
Fastbraces have the potential to reduce the treatment time for conventional braces by more than 50%, treating complex cases in as little as a few months to a year. In just a few weeks, some patients can start to notice results.
Triangular brackets and a square wire make up the inventive, patented system used by Fastbraces. With the help of this technology, the tooth's root and crown can be moved into position simultaneously. These triangular brackets have an elevated slot that increases the flexibility of the connecting wire and enables greater pressure to be applied to the tooth root.
Conversely, teeth are moved in two stages by conventional braces. The tooth's root is moved after the tooth's crown has been gently positioned correctly. Each stage typically requires an entire year, which is why braces treatment frequently takes two years.
Fastbraces not only provide much quicker treatment times than traditional braces, but they are also safer, more practical, economical, and require less upkeep. Among these advantages are:
Fastbraces and Invisalign really aren't very much alike because Fastbraces uses a bracket system and Invisalign is a type of invisible braces, also referred to as clear aligners. What's more, Invisalign takes longer and costs more on average than Fastbraces.
Fastbraces have many advantages, but one of them is the significantly shorter treatment time. Fastbraces are a good option for treatment for many orthodontic patients due to a number of additional advantages.
Additional advantages of Fastbraces include:
One common worry with Fastbraces is that the rapid tooth movement necessitates wearing a retainer for an extended period of time. Fastbraces, fortunately, prevent that from happening. In actuality, the complete opposite occurs.
You will be given a personalized retainer to wear after the wire and brackets are taken out. Unfortunately, if a retainer is not worn, your teeth will shift, making this inevitable. There is good news, though. As opposed to traditional braces, Fastbraces don't require you to wear a retainer for as long.
Traditional brace patients must wear a retainer for 22 hours per day for several months after finishing their treatment. Most Fastbraces patients only need to wear a retainer for 10 to 15 minutes a day. Some former Fastbraces users find it more comfortable to wear their retainer at night, but this is frequently a matter of personal preference and is not necessary to keep their smile in place.