Dental braces at Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic come in several designs. As there is lots of choice, the type of braces in Farnham you may choose will likely depend on your budget, your lifestyle and the kind of dental treatment you require.
There are times when you might want to do things quickly, but don't want to sacrifice quality. Wouldn't it be great if you could make that happen when it comes to straightening your teeth?
Now with Cfast braces in Farnham, it is possible for most adults to quickly straighten their teeth. Cfast braces are a contemporary alternative to traditional fixed metal braces. They can correct the alignment of the top and bottom front six teeth, and can even level and round out the arches too.
Treatment times are ever faster
Until recently, the only choice for teeth straightening was conventional 'train track' style braces, and this can be time-consuming. Systems like Cfast braces in Farnham can considerably reduce the treatment period for most adults. This is because of the original and innovative technology behind them, which was developed with speed in mind.
In contrast to traditional braces that can take around two years to complete their work, the Cfast treatment can be completed in as little as six months. Cfast is a discreet brace system that is designed specifically to move teeth quickly and efficiently with low levels of force.
Are they expensive?
Cfast is a cost-effective treatment, in part because treatment is faster and so requires fewer trips to the dentist. This saves you time and money.
The social six
Cfast focuses on the six front teeth that show when you smile, known as the 'social six', while traditional fixed metal braces focus on realigning all teeth in a patient's mouth.
Another major difference between Cfast and traditional braces is that Cfast braces in Farnham are barely noticeable. This is because they use clear brackets and tooth-coloured nickel-titanium wires. So not only will you not need to wear them for as long, you'll also find that fewer people notice you are even wearing braces as they are designed to blend into your teeth, rather than dominate them.