Most people would like straighter teeth. And, they would like them in the fastest time possible. So, what is the best way to get quick, straight teeth? Traditional orthodontics can take years to achieve a result, as well as being a financial investment – but thanfully, there are faster options.
Quick Straight Teeth is a process of accelerated orthodontics developed to achieve similar results to traditional orthodontics in a much shorter time period. It is proving particularly popular with busy, professional adults who want a system which works within months instead of having to wait years to achieve a new smile.
A method known as Quick Straight Teeth has been developed to deliver exactly what the name says. It works as a result of the same concept as traditional braces by applying pressure to move teeth into the correct place. However, the main difference is that it is targeted at only the front six to eight teeth to achieve faster results on the teeth that you see the most when you open your mouth or smile.
The main reason patients choose Quick Straight Teeth over other orthodontic treatments is to achieve a faster result. Here are the major benefits of the Quick Straight Teeth system:
At a consultation with your dentist, you will be able to discuss the result you are hoping to achieve with your smile as well as whether Quick Straight Teeth will work for you. This system isn’t generally used for severe orthodontic issues. However, for relatively straightforward cases of overlapping, overcrowding or gaps in your teeth, it could be an effective option to consider. Your dentist will be able to advise you on what will work best. You will need to weigh up the result you would like to achieve against the length of time you are willing to have ongoing orthodontic treatment.
You can opt for two systems when choosing Quick Straight Teeth. You could either choose teeth-coloured braces which are permanently fixed, or you could choose to have a retainer system, which means you can take out your retainer for eating and brushing your teeth. Either way, the finished result should be a better looking smile you can be proud of.
This will depend on the condition of your teeth as well as the result you would like to achieve. Depending on each case, you can expect to wear your aligner or have your braces on for somewhere between four and 24 weeks. Your dentist will arrange follow up appointments so they can check your teeth are moving in the way they should.
With any orthodontic treatment, it’s important to look after your dental hygiene. Brush and floss each day, whether you have opted for a retainer or braces, and make sure you attend professional cleaning appointments with your dental hygienist.
You may also need to wear a retainer at night following your treatment to make sure your teeth remain in their new positions. This will ensure a smile you can be proud of for many years to come.