Fastbraces in Tampa, FL
Are you wondering what to do about your crooked teeth? They’re probably crooked because they came in tilted, sideways, overlapping, or spaced too far apart. As a result, they are not upright, and you may be embarrassed about your smile. FASTBRACES® Technologies high-performance bracket systems upright the roots of the teeth from the beginning of treatment with just one square wire by torquing and tipping them from the very first appointment. FASTBRACES® Technologies, a true American original, is celebrating its quarter of a century anniversary of helping dentists straighten teeth now in almost 50 countries.
Treatment time for comprehensive orthodontic therapy should take more than 120 days with the FASTBRACES® CLASSIC™ SERIES™ and could take less than 120 days for non-deep bite cases with the FASTBRACES® TURBO™ SERIES™, depending on the patient cooperation and clinical experience of the treating dentist.
- Patients see a noticeable difference in their teeth within a matter of days and some could be out of the braces in about 100 days.
- Decreased reported pain.
- Speedy alignment of FASTBRACES® assists dentists by making certain procedures less difficult, such as cleaning the crooked teeth, installing crowns, veneers or implants.
Q: What are FastBraces?
A: Like traditional braces, FastBraces technology consists of metal brackets and wires. Unlike traditional braces, however, FastBraces are supported by over a quarter century of research and consist of specially-patented methods that move teeth roots easily with lighter force and fewer wires or adjustments. This gets you straightened teeth safely and quickly!
Q: How much do FastBraces cost?
- If you have dental insurance, we will work with your insurance company to ensure maximum coverage. If you don’t, we have payment plan options that can be spread out over __ months, so you can secure your investment in the future of your smile over time. For specific estimates, please contact our billing department at email@example.com.
Q: What causes crooked teeth?
A: As mentioned above, teeth are usually crooked because they came in tilted, sideways, overlapping, or spaced too far apart. They may also…