The Advantages of Today’s Dental Braces

Orthodontist serving Stapleton, Denver, Cherry Creek & Nearby Areas of Colorado

Advances in dental technology have made dental braces much more effective than they were in previous years. As a result, you can enjoy superior orthodontic treatment and increased comfort.

Here are some of the advantages of modern braces:

  • Reduced treatment time – At Cherry Creek Orthodontics, we use computer-aided technology with all of our orthodontic treatments. This enables us to create your ideal tooth position, and your treatment will be completed much quicker.
  • Comfortable treatment – Dental brace wires are now made of materials that provide more efficient repositioning of your teeth with considerably less discomfort. Titanium implants can be used to anchor the bone on the side of your mouth in order to shift your front teeth back. This will create more space for the rest of your teeth. Dr. Robert Rudman can also attach magnets to your molars to help lift and reposition them. Most importantly, very few orthodontic treatments today require the cumbersome headgear used in the past.
  • Improved aesthetics – Patients who are ideal candidates for Invisalign can enjoy their treatment with clear braces which will not be unsightly to friends, family members, and colleagues. Invisalign treatment consists of a series of aligners made out of a clear material that fits tightly over your teeth. Each aligner is worn for about two weeks and causes a gradual shift in your teeth. When your treatment is done, you will have straight, beautiful teeth. Dr. Rudman will want to see you every six to eight weeks to monitor your progress if you choose Invisalign treatment.

At your initial consultation, Dr. Rudman will conduct a thorough orthodontic evaluation and discuss your treatment options with you.

Please contact our Denver orthodontists today to learn more about the advantages of modern dental braces. Cherry Creek Orthodontics serves patients in the Denver and Stapleton, Colorado areas.

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