Fastbraces Indianapolis, IN
Everybody wants a brighter, straighter smile. However, there are multiple approaches to clean, healthy teeth. Fastbraces® is a revolutionary solution that focuses on the position of teeth to help keep them in great shape.
Fastbraces are available at Raymond G Hatland DDS in Indianapolis and the surrounding area, If you have ever thought about getting braces but do not want to commit to an extended timeframe, we can help. We work closely with each patient to determine whether Fastbraces are a good solution. We start with a comprehensive oral exam and go from there. Call us today at (317) 559-5629 to set up your appointment.
What is FASTBRACES® Technology and What are its Benefits?
FASTBRACES® is the technology you can trust since 1992 to move teeth fast and safely. It is great for teenagers and adults who are looking to straighten their teeth quickly with quality results without cutting corners for speed. This affordable technology, used in countries all over the world, is available in discreet tooth-colored esthetic clear or metal braces that enable dentists to complete treatments easily, comfortably, and really fast, even in about 100 days. That’s because the technology behind the FASTBRACES® revolutionary innovations and patented braces methods helps restore the morphology of healthy bone around the crooked teeth as they become straight and simultaneously treat the gingivitis around them for an even healthier mouth.
“Fastbraces brackets utilize a unique triangular shape and a single, square-shaped wire over a period of three months to about one year.”
Benefits of Fastbraces
- Really Fast Treatment
- Even in about 100 Days
- Safe, Easy, and Affordable
“Fastbraces® practitioners prioritize the restoration of a patient’s natural tooth alignment.”
Good Candidates for Fastbraces
Fastbraces® have been used successfully on patients in all age groups. Our team assesses each patient's situation and goals before recommending treatment. Patients are advised to make an appointment with our team to determine if this treatment is right for them. Issues that Fastbraces may treat include:
- Tooth gaps
Many users report less pain and discomfort during treatment compared with users of traditional braces. This makes them ideal for children and those with sensitive mouths. Teenagers may appreciate the shorter treatment time with Fastbraces so they can get on with their lives and not be wearing braces in every yearbook photo. For adults, the added advantages of this system are less frequent adjustment appointments and the option for tooth-colored brackets and wires.
“Teenagers may appreciate the shorter treatment time with Fastbraces® so they can get on with their lives and not be wearing braces in every yearbook photo.”
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How to Keep Fastbraces Clean
Good oral hygiene is vital for everyone, but especially for people who wear braces, including Fastbraces. The brackets used during braces treatment are an ideal place for bacteria to hide and grow. Therefore it is important to thoroughly clean the mouth, teeth, and braces after every meal and after drinking anything that would tend to stain the teeth.
A study published in The Journal Nutrition Research found that any high-acid beverages, not just the obvious ones like coffee and red wine, cause dental erosion and tooth staining. Many people are shocked when they get their braces off and discover that the area where the brackets were attached are considerably whiter than the surrounding area. Avoid this by practicing good oral hygiene and getting regular cleanings while wearing Fastbraces®.
“Good oral hygiene is vital for everyone, but especially for people who wear braces, including Fastbraces.”
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Are Fastbraces® better than traditional braces?
A. For some patients, Fastbraces® may be a better option than traditional square braces. Less time wearing braces means less time with teeth and gums under strain. Also, because it can be difficult to clean around braces, the shorter treatment time may help patients to maintain good oral health over the long term.
Q. Are Fastbraces® affordable?
A. Fastbraces® treatment often costs significantly less than treatment with traditional square braces. This is not only because of the shorter treatment time but also because fewer adjustment appointments are needed. Dental insurance may cover part of the cost, and financing may be available.
Q. Are Fastbraces® better than clear aligners?
A. Fastbraces® work differently than clear aligners. The option that is right for each patient depends on many factors, so discuss both possibilities with a dentist. One thing to consider is that clear aligners require self-discipline because it is up to the patient to wear them at the appropriate times. Braces, on the other hand, are cemented to the teeth and cannot be removed or forgotten by the patient.
Q. Do Fastbraces® work in all situations?
A. Although Fastbraces® are appropriate for many people with many different types of malocclusion, they are not for everyone. Depending on the acuteness of the crowding, spacing, misalignment, and other issues, different treatments may be recommended. This system is only used on patients with generally healthy teeth and gums.
Quality Dental Services Can Transform Your Smile
By visiting us as soon as possible, our team can help get you the professional treatment you need. Instead of waiting around and allowing the symptoms to get worse, we can provide you with treatment options.
- Cephalometric X-Rays
- Cephalometric X-rays are a necessary step in the orthodontic treatment process that allows professionals to view an X-ray of the head and determine if the teeth are in proper alignment.
- Hypoplasia is the incomplete development of tissue in the body, including the improper growth of teeth that requires orthodontic care.
- Malocclusion is the condition in which the upper and lower teeth do not meet properly when the bite is closed. Conditions of malocclusion can include overbite, underbite, crossbite and open bite; all of which are treatable with Invisalign®.
- Orthodontic Brackets
- Orthodontic brackets are the portion of the braces that attach to the teeth and hold the wires in place. The brackets remain on the teeth with a type of dental glue.
- Panoramic X-Rays
- Panoramic X-rays are X-rays from a machine that rotates completely around the head to display a picture of the teeth, jaw and other parts of the mouth.
Where To Get Fastbraces
If you are looking for a quick and comfortable tooth-straightening method, Fastbraces® may be the right option. Talk to our dentist today. Call Raymond G Hatland DDS at (317) 559-5629 to get your questions answered.
Helpful Related Links
- American Dental Association (ADA). Glossary of Dental Clinical Terms. 2022
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry® (AACD). Home Page. 2022
- WebMD. WebMD’s Oral Care Guide. 2022
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