If you are one of a number of adults looking for an orthodontic treatment to correct minor issues in their front teeth- such as overcrowding, gaps and visible gums- then Cfast could be the answer. A simple, gentle and minimally invasive treatment it can be effectively used to correct a number of issues in both top and bottom teeth and can also help to level and round out the dental arches.
By focusing only on your visible front six teeth it exerts minimal pressure yet is fast working and effective.
Cfast braces are more aesthetically pleasing than standard fixed train track braces- making use of clear orthodontic brackets and tooth-coloured nickel-titanium wires. The treatment works much like those which use clear aligners, but tooth movement is much more predictable and usually more than twice as quick.
The special nickel-titanium wires exert gentle pressure on the brackets to level and align the teeth with minimal discomfort. The soft tissue lining of your mouth follows this movement to achieve a fully aesthetic outcome.
CFast braces are able to work much more quickly than other systems because they do not aim to treat more complex issues. Instead they focus on the six front teeth which show when you smile. These teeth require minimal force meaning that only mild pressure and less-severe tightening is required.
The benefits of C Fast braces:
They are Fast – on average treatment takes around six months which is much shorter than with many other orthodontic treatments. This can make it an attractive option for many people.
They are Affordable – shorter treatment times can help to dramatically cut costs. A beautiful smile is now more achievable for many people who may have considered treatment too expensive in the past.
They are Discreet – With braces made from clear brackets and tooth coloured wires they are less visible- enabling you to smile confidently both during and after treatment.
Does CFast hurt?
As with many orthodontic treatments you may notice some slight discomfort- particularly when initially fitted or tightened. This is completely normal and can be eased with over the counter painkillers.
What sort of aftercare will I need?
It is recommended that you wear a retainer following treatment to stop your teeth from relapsing to their original position. You can have a removable or fixed retainer depending on your personal needs and lifestyle. This can be discussed with your Dentist.
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