At your consultation appointment you will learn everything you need to know about Cfast clear braces and also get the chance to ask any questions you may have.
Once Dr Rosenstone has confirmed your eligibility for treatment, he will take photos, X-rays and dental impressions, of your teeth. These records will be used to create a ClinCheck® 3D treatment plan, just for you.
Dr Rosenstone has completed his Postgraduate Training in the Cfast Orthodontic Treatment Protocol and has been accepted onto the Register of Cfast Treatment Providers.
Cfast treatment enables our patients to have Straight White Teeth often within 3 to 6 months.
We are able to go through all your options with you for a clear brace during a consultation.
Call the practice on 0113 245 4443 to find out more.
What Is Cfast?
Cfast provides a gentle and minimally invasive method of teeth straightening. The cosmetic orthodontic treatment solves issues with alignment in the top and bottom 6 teeth. These front teeth are usually the teeth adults would like to straighten, making Cfast an ideal option for a quick and effective adult brace.
How Does It Work?
Using tooth-coloured brackets and wires, Cfast offers a discrete method to achieve a straighter smile. The wires apply gentle pressure to the brackets, gradually moving teeth into the desired position. The Cfast system produces similar results as other clear brace options such as clear aligners, however is much more precise and normally twice as fast.
How can it be so much faster than traditional braces?
Traditional orthodontics focus on the position of your bite, so can take years of treatment wearing metal braces. Cfast focus on just the front teeth that make up your visible smile, so treatment time is far less.
Will the teeth stay straight after treatment?
After completing the Cfast treatment, you will need to wear a retainer to support your teeth in the new position.
What are the drawbacks?
Cfast is comfortable, safe and affordable. It is a cosmetic procedure and is not always suitable if specialist orthodontic treatment is required.
Contact us today to discuss your treatment options.
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