Straight teeth in six months.
An attractive smile in as little as six months is no longer a dream…it’s a reality. Speedy Smiles at Mountain Family Dental can transform your smile without wearing conventional metal braces. Ideal for adults with crooked, crowded or spaced teeth, the Speedy Smiles technique combines time-tested orthodontic methods with the use of high-tech arch wires to exert a light, continuous force to the move teeth into the desired position—quickly, gently and safely.
Unlike traditional orthodontic treatment which can take up to two years to complete, Speedy Smiles treatment is usually completed in 10 visits or less and in most cases is less expensive than traditional braces. Using tooth-colored brackets and a small nickel-titanium arch wire, the Speedy Smiles technique is far more comfortable and much less noticeable than traditional braces.
Pursue the smile of your dreams with Speedy Smiles. Call us at Mountain Family Dental to schedule a free consultation or to learn more.
Check out the answers to our most frequently asked questions:
Q: Will you be able to notice the braces on my teeth?
A: No. Speedy Smiles uses clear, tooth-colored brackets that are virtually undetectable.
Q: Is the Speedy Smiles technique more painful than regular braces?
A: No. The Speedy Smiles technique uses a low but continuous force to move the teeth comfortably into the desired position.
Q: Does the Speedy Smiles technique damage teeth, roots, or gums in any way?
A: No. Because the Speedy Smiles technique uses low force over a short treatment duration to safely move the teeth there is no damage to the root and much lees chance of resorption
Q: Does Speedy Smiles cost more than regular braces?
A: No. Speedy Smiles is actually less expensive than traditional braces because there are fewer treatment visits. You will visit us usually every 4 weeks for a 15-30 minute appointment but longer for the initial appointment to be fitted. Treatment is usually complete in 10 visits or less.
Q: Do I have to wear a retainer?
A: Yes. As with any orthodontic treatment a retainer is necessary to keep the teeth in their desired position.