FASTBRACES ® Technologies is supported by three new patents pertaining to bracket systems, the restoration of the alveolar bone and the treatment of gingivitis around crooked teeth. The ease with which teeth can now be moved to their correct position even within a matter of 60 to 90 days makes it even easier to clean them effectively. A more thorough dental hygiene protocol may now include moving the crooked teeth first in order to clean them better. Come and learn how to apply the revolutionary FASTBRACES ® Technologies in your dental office and help your patients keep their teeth for life.

What is Fastbraces?

What is Fastbraces®? Fastbraces® were developed to straighten teeth differently. Fastbraces® is the revolutionary system of fast, safe, easy and affordable braces that is changing the field of orthodontics. It is a complete, non-extraction system for most cases, which provides patients with outstanding results.

Are Fastbraces safe?

You can also opt for clear brackets with Fastbraces so your orthodontic treatment isn’t as noticeable when you smile. And Fastbraces are completely safe. The risks are the same as with traditional braces and with 20 years of research and development, Fastbraces have been proven safe, quick and affordable.

Are fast braces painful?

Braces do not cause excruciating pain and, at the most, they simply cause mild discomfort from time to time. … Fastbraces can help to make those adjustments and improvements in less time so that patients only have to wear their braces for an average of 6 months to a year.

What’s the difference between fast braces and regular braces?

The advantage comes from the unique shape of the brackets that are attached to the teeth. Traditional braces use square brackets and metal wire while Fast Use a revolutionary triangular shape and superelastic square wire. … Fast Bracessave the wearer time because they require fewer appointments.


    A:It is recommended that children have an orthodontic screening before the age of 7. Some orthodontic problems may be easier to correct if treated early. Waiting until all the permanent teeth have come in, or until facial growth is nearly complete, may make correction of some problems more difficult.
    A:In general,it takes around 1 – 2 years but the actual time depends on the growth of the patient’s mouth and face, the cooperation of the patient and the severity of the problem. Mild problems usually require less time, and some individuals respond faster to treatment than others.
    A:A:Your orthodontist will want to see you about every month to 6 weeks or so in order to make sure that the braces are exerting steady pressure on your teeth.

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