Do you want the perfect smile, but you are not thrilled about the prospect of having to wear braces for 12 months or more?
Are you looking for the quickest way to straighten teeth before your wedding, matric dance or special event? Great strides have been made in dentistry and orthodontics in the last few years.
Fast Braces in South Africa
Fast Braces are a way to straighten teeth in a few weeks.
The goal of this cosmetically focused and short-term orthodontic treatment is to correct your chief cosmetic complaints, which you have shared with us.
The Fast Smile treatment option is a cosmetically focused treatment option, and is an alternative for people who are not interested in traditional comprehensive orthodontic treatment and require a shorter period of time.
Do fast braces really work
If you're thinking about getting fast braces in South Africa, also known as the Fast Braces treatment option, you've come to the right place
Fast braces straighten your teeth, usually without significant bite change, in a reasonable time (usually 6-12months).
You may have aspects of your bite that will not be addressed with this treatment option, such as, but not limited to:
- Molar relationships/posterior cross bite, overjet, underjet,
- Facial profile
- TMJ problems
- Displaced tooth roots
- Midline discrepancies
Full correction of the items mentioned here can oftentimes involve years of corrective functional orthodontic treatment.
Fast Braces by PretoriaSmile
Successful Fast Braces treatment is a partnership between Dr Ghabrial and the patient. The doctor and staff are dedicated to achieving the best possible result for each patient. As a general rule, informed and cooperative patients can achieve positive results. We intend to do everything possible to achieve the best results for every patient.
The success of treatment depends on your cooperation in keeping appointments, maintaining good oral hygiene, avoiding loose or broken aligners / brackets and following the instructions carefully.
Dr Ghabrial will listen to your list of concerns and do a comprehensive exam to determine the degree of difficulty minor,moderate,or severe. With this information, a treatment plan will be established.