Six Months Smiles Brisbane
Smilefast is one of the most innovative orthodontic solutions available and it achieves straight smiles in a short timeframe. To make it easy for you, we have gathered all the information you need in one place. This way, you don’t need to look anywhere else for answers to questions like:
- Who is suitable for Smilefast
- Which orthodontic concerns Smilefast can correct
- Why you should get orthodontics even if you’re an adult
- How Smilefast works in such an effective way
Discover Smilefast and how it can help your smile
Most people believe orthodontic treatment is just for teenagers but luckily, this is not true. There’s no age limit when it comes to getting a straight smile and today, orthodontic treatment is a viable option for almost any adult.
If you have already decided on Smilefast or prefer to get more information face-to-face, then don’t hesitate to book your consultation now. Dr Anthony Spink and his team are experienced, compassionate and here to help you.
Designed with adults in mind, Smilefast is a transparent brace which is fixed to your teeth to correct cosmetic dental problems such as misaligned teeth. With the treatment spanning between 6-9 months, your teeth are aligned in short space of time giving you results that are made to last a lifetime.
While aligners are convenient, the device cannot treat more extensive problems and in some cases, desired results can only be achieved with braces. This of course depends on your case which should be evaluated during a consultation. With aligners being removable, patients can easily neglect to wear them, therefore delaying their treatment plan. With Smilefast you do not have to worry about taking out aligners to eat and forgetting to put them back, especially since they are fixed to your teeth. Aligners generally have a longer treatment time in comparison to Smilefast.
Yes. Once you’re finished your orthodontic treatment it’s important that you don’t just disregard your retainer. It’s actually one of the most important parts of your treatment. A retainer is a plastic fixture with metal wiring that is designed to fit within your mouth and maintain the position of your teeth after orthodontic treatment. While you will have straight teeth at the end of your orthodontic treatment, your teeth can actually shift again if you do not wear your retainer. Retainers should be considered as a compulsory part of your treatment – unless you want to undergo orthodontic treatment again in the future!