Fast Braces are a relatively new and innovative orthodontic treatment which begins by moving the root portion of the wonky or misaligned teeth, making the process dramatically quicker as the entire tooth is moving throughout the treatment.
Fast Braces are a relatively new and innovative orthodontic treatment that still deliver the results of traditional braces despite their modern take on the process. Fast Braces straighten out teeth and fix other orthodontic problems much quicker than traditional fixed braces can. They are an effective treatment for several dental issues including:
• Misaligned or wonky teeth
• Crowded teeth
• Gaps between the teeth
• Issues with the bite
Traditional braces are fixed to the teeth and move the crown section of the tooth first and then the root section, meaning that different portions of the tooth do not move at the same time. In contrast, Fast Braces begin moving the root portion of the wonky or misaligned teeth from the beginning, making the process dramatically quicker as the entire tooth is moving throughout the treatment time. The shape of Fast Braces, which are triangular instead of the usual square, provides more flexibility while the use of just one wire ensures that it is fine, light and comfortable to wear.
The Fast Braces treatment will generally be completed within 10 months, which is the main benefit of this option and the reason why many choose it over other brace solutions. Fast Braces are also lighter and finer than traditional fixed braces and have been designed with comfort in mind as well as delivering quick treatment.
Typically, Fast Braces work in around half the time as traditional fixed braces. In some cases, this means treatment can be completed within 3 months while more complex cases could take between 10 and 12 months. Despite working quicker than other types of braces, Fast Braces still result in straightened teeth and smile, giving a confidence boost if you’re self conscious about your mouth.
A simple Fast Brace is likely to cost £2,500 and you should expect the treatment to take between six and eight months.
Damon Braces use friction-free technology to offer a faster, more pleasant tooth straightening experience by using a slide mechanism to hold the wire in place, enabling the teeth to move freely.
Incognitoa braces are hidden on the inside surface of the teeth and as a result is a choice favoured by those that feel self-conscious about conventional braces. Incognito braces are custom-made to suit each individual and are typically made of cast-gold.
The Inman Aligner is a solution that helps to align the front teeth to provide a straighter look. While the appliance isn’t invisible, as it has mental components, it is discreet and not as obvious as other teeth straightening options.
Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that are custom-made specifically for your teeth. Invisalign clear aligners are custom-made to fit snugly over the teeth & gently move them, week by week.
Lingual Braces are almost the same as fixed wire braces, but attached to the back surfaces of the teeth thus invisible from the front. Lingual braces are suited to those who want to straighten the teeth without the use of visible braces.
RXaligners are clear trays that can be removed. They are used to straighten teeth and act as a great alternative to conventional metal braces while achieving the same results.
The Six-Month Smiles system can provide fast and efficient treatment for those that want quick results in correcting dental problems. The orthodontic treatment focuses on aligning the teeth that you see when you smile rather than the whole set of teeth.
Cfast is a simple, gentle, minimally invasive cosmetic treatment that corrects alignment issues with the top and bottom front six teeth often referred to as the 'social 6'. Cfast uses clear orthodontic brackets and tooth-colored nickel-titanium wires.
Smilelign Clear Braces is an innovative clear invisible brace system that straightens misaligned and wonky teeth without the use of metal wires or brackets.
Ceramic braces are brackets fixed to the teeth which can either be made from transparent materials that allow the natural colour of the teeth to shine through, or produced in ceramics in shades similar to the natural colour of teeth.
Metal Fixed Braces, often referred to as 'Train Tracks' is the most common orthodontic solution and can be used to correct a large number of teeth or to target smaller, specific areas. Patients can choose between gold or silver colour metal fixed braces.
There are two types of Quick Straight Teeth braces. Fixed braces & removable braces. The fixed braces are very discreet using ceramic brackets and tooth coloured wire. The removable braces are in the form of clear aligners, very thin, vacuum formed trays
Fixed braces are the most common type of orthodontic appliance. They can be used when a number of teeth need to be corrected, or when the treatment needs to be precise to prevent problems in the future.