What to Expect With Fastbraces® – Braces That Fix Teeth Fast

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What Are Fastbraces® and How Do They Work?

Dr. Tony Cigno talks about Fastbraces® and how they fix teeth faster than other braces and faster than ever.

What to Expect With Fastbraces® – Braces That Fix Teeth Fast

If you, your child, or spouse / partner has been told braces are required to fix the teeth or bite, you now have choices! From clear braces, to Invisalign (retainer-like braces that can be removed when needed), to braces that work quicker than ever before, it’s no longer one-size-fits-all when it comes to dental braces.

Fastbraces® are braces for the teeth that do the job in record time—usually in as little as 20 – 30 weeks!

A Fastbraces® certified dentist or orthodontist is the only one who can tell you if Fastbraces will work in your specific situation. But understanding how they work and why they work is vital if you get to add this option to your list of braces options.

A Sample Fastbraces® Treatment Process

Step 1 – Choose a certified Fastbraces® Provider

Not all dentists are Fastbraces® providers. A Fastbraces® certified provider has been specifically trained in the technology behind this type of dental correction. He or she will also be taught how to create a dental treatment plan that will maximize this technology for your specific situation. Choosing the right provider is vital to the success of your Fastbraces®. 

Step 2 – The Fastbraces® Treatment Plan

Once you choose your Fastbraces® provider, x-rays will be done to ensure they will be a good fit for your treatment. Your specific dental braces treatment plan will also be provided. While Fastbraces® are not magic, you can expect your Fastbraces® plan to make your braces work faster. This is because they are based on a new technology. The result is you get braces you wear for months and not years.

Step 3 – The Fastbraces® Usually Work in About 20 Weeks

If your bone responds well to the Fastbraces® technology, you can usually get your braces off quickly – in about 20 weeks or so! This is in contrast to traditional braces where the average treatment is usually at least two years. With traditional braces, the crown part you can see, is moved in year.  The root is moved in year two. With Fastbraces®, the design of the braces means the crown and the root move at the same time. This starts at day one and is why the time the braces are worn can be considerably shorter!

Step 4 – Enjoy Your Beautiful Smile!

Once your Fastbraces® are removed, your smile should be nearly perfect for you and beautiful! You may need to wear a retainer as with traditional braces. But you will have the freedom of when and where that will be because they generally only need to be worn 15 minutes a day instead of overnight.

If you think Fastbraces® may be the best braces option for you or your loved one, a Fastbraces® consultation is the best place to start. Your perfect smile could literally be just around the corner!


Cigno Family Dental
7940 W. Layton Ave
Greenfield, WI 53220
USA
Telephone: +1 (414) 377-4604
Fax: +1 (414) 988-6074
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