Tooth Alignment with Braces
Cosmetic Tooth Alignment With Quick Braces – Cfast
Here at Wightwick dental we are acredited to use some simple braces which allow movement of your anterior teeth only and give fantastic cosmetic results in a very short space of time. We usually follow these up with a course of whitening treatment to give you a great smile to be proud of. Cfast – Click Here for Cfast Website
Cfast is a simple, gentle, minimally invasive cosmetic treatment that corrects alignment issues with the top and bottom front six teeth, and can level and round out the arches, thus satisfying the needs of the vast majority of adult patients who seek orthodontic treatment.
Cfast uses clear orthodontic brackets and tooth-colored nickel-titanium wires. The treatment works much like that using clear aligners, but tooth movement is much more predictable and usually more than twice as quick.
The nickel-titanium wires put gentle pressure on the brackets to level and align the teeth with minimal discomfort to the patient. The gingiva follows this movement to achieve a fully aesthetic outcome.
Cfast is a fast, effective and affordable treatment when adults are seeking to correct their smiles. Because we do not claim to address major orthodontic issues, Cfast can be done very quickly, making it more affordable than all other orthodontic options.
Cfast takes less time than conventional orthodontics because it focuses only on the “social six”, the front teeth that most influence the smile. The process is further enhanced with the use of special nickel-titanium wires, which exert gentle pressure to force movement in the teeth.
With clear brackets and tooth-colored wires, Cfast is barely noticeable – and worn for only a fraction of the time compared to traditional braces.
Standard orthodontic mechanics are still involved with CFAST, but because it’s just the front teeth, the force required is minimal. The nickel-titanium wires exert mild pressure to force the teeth to move, and this is done without the need for severe tightening which causes the discomfort noted in conventional orthodontic treatments.
For more information, please call our reception on 01902 763200 or visit the Cfast website http://www.cfastresults.com
The Inman Aligner
The Inman Aligner is a simple removable appliance used to align front teeth quickly and safely. It’s ideal as a stand alone treatment or to prealign teeth prior to further cosmetic options such as bonding or minimal veneers.
The Inman Aligner has Nickel Titanium coil springs that power two aligner bows that gently oppose each other, guiding the teeth into their new position. These gentle forces are active over a very large range of movement, which is why the Inman Aligner works so quickly.
Most cases are completed within 6-18 weeks. Your Inman Aligner dentist will give you a realistic guide of what to expect. For suitable cases, the Inman Aligner is usually much faster than alternative orthodontic techniques.
Impressions are needed so that the lab can fabricate your custom made Inman Aligner. This is followed by the ftting stage, the Aligner will need to be worn for 16-20 hours a day and you will need to attend for regular checks every 2-3 weeks.
As with other orthodontic treatment after treatment is completed with the Inman Aligner, retention is recommended for life to prevent relapse. Retention can come in the form of a lingually bonded retainer or an removable retainer.
For more information, please call our reception on 01902 763200 or visit the Inman Aligner website http://www.inmanaligner.com
Smile TRU Clear Braces
Now you can have the smile of your dreams without anyone knowing that you are being treated. Smile TRU is a series of clear positioners that can be offered as an alternative to ﬁxed braces for most people. Each positioner is designed to ﬁt over the teeth and gently guide them into the desired position.
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Benefits Of Smile Tru:
Removable for eating and drinking
No dietary restrictions
Minimal impact on daily routine
Positioners should be removed when eating and should always be placed in the provided retainer box when not in use. Drinking tea, coffee, and red wine can stain the positioners. Some patients experience an excess of saliva when starting treatment. One or more teeth may become temporarily sensitive when placing new positioners. The positioners may have a mild affect on speech. Talking with the positioners in place will speed up the adaptation process. The patient must maintain proper oral hygiene. Failure to do so can cause decay and gum disease.
For more information, please call our reception on 01902 763200 or visit the Smile Tru website www.smiletru.com