Do you need your teeth fixed? Do you hate the idea of waiting months or even years? Then you have come to the right place. At our office, we offer accelerated braces San Juan Capistrano that could be just what you’re looking for. We’re sure right away you have one question.
Accelerated Orthodontics is perfect for anyone who wants wonderfully straight teeth and doesn’t want to wait. It’s a fairly new practice but is growing rapidly due to a high level of popularity. There’s no wait, no delay and none of the issues typically associated with getting braces. If you get accelerated braces San Juan Capistrano, you’ll find that your teeth will rapidly move into the right position. Indeed, many patients are pleased to discover that the process is a lot quicker than typical braces that are used traditionally.
In fact, you can get your teeth fixed and straightened within three to eight months rather than the typical three years for traditional braces. But how do they work?
You might be surprised to learn that accelerated braces San Juan Capistrano work remarkably similar to the braces you already know. Although, there are some slight changes. Firstly, if you have crowding in the mouth, some of these teeth will need to be trimmed down, so they don’t have so much width. By doing this, the teeth can be straightened without a possible overlap.
You can also avoid the dreaded tooth extraction that can be uncomfortable, time-consuming, painful and delay your braces. Tooth extractions are quite common with traditional orthodontic work, and this will allow you to avoid it completely.
There is a payoff here as you will need surgery about a week after your braces are fitted. The procedure is rapid and allows your teeth to move at a faster rate due to a slight but necessary alteration of the gumline. Since this is completed under local anaesthesia, patients won’t feel anything so it is still a completely pain-free experience. Although, in some cases, there might be slight discomfort early on, but that will pass.
Since your teeth are moving far more rapidly compared to traditional orthodontic treatment, you may notice a slight difference. Usually, this will be apparent as teeth that are itchy. Once again though, this issue will pass quite quickly.
If you want to explore this possibility, you first need to check whether you are eligible. The good news is that the majority of braces are compatible with this type of procedure. As with a typical brace, you will need to wear a retainer after the brace is removed to stop the teeth reverting back to their original state.
Despite the increased speed, the cost of this type of orthodontic treatment is roughly the same as typical orthodontic work. You should expect to pay between $2000 and $6000. However, this can often be paid through prearranged plans.
Are you interested in finding out more? You can contact our team today on 949-446-1589, and we will be happy to assist you.