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Quick Straight Teeth uses nearly-invisible braces to gently straighten your teeth, and give you that smile you’ve always dreamed of.
Many adults spend their entire lives covering their mouths when they laugh, smile or talk. They feel stuck because they do not want to wear adult metal braces for years or they are concerned that other corrective teeth straightening procedures could be too invasive or too expensive. Now there is an effective, safe and affordable cosmetic braces solution that fit your lifestyle.
We all want a perfect smile, but all too often, the word ‘braces’ can conjure up images of old-fashioned ‘train-tracks’.
Quick Straight Teeth is just one example of “short term orthodontics,” that can straighten crooked teeth. The best cases for such limited treatment are patients with a great bite in the back, mild alignment problems in the front, and either mild crowding or slight spacing between the teeth.
This lady had Quick Straight Teeth with Dr Raja and after treatment was complete she went on to have composite bonding to finish off the smile.
Because of the nature of cosmetic orthodontics, we are only looking to correct the front 6 or 8 teeth that are visible when you smile. It is not full comprehensive orthodontics; therefore, cases take between 4 and 24 weeks on average to complete depending on the complexity
Your dentist will assess this once your braces are placed, but on average you only need attend for a short appointment once every 4 weeks.
The treating dentist will explain how to clean around your new braces. We also have several special brushes that, provided they are used correctly, will ensure that the health of your teeth and gums is maintained throughout your treatment.
There are some restrictions. We recommend that you avoid all sticky, or very hard food. No toffees! If you have fruit such as apples, or hard, crusty bread, it would be better to cut it up and put it to the back of your mouth to chew, as biting into it may dislodge your brackets.