The procedure is fast, taking a lot less time than traditional orthodontics/ braces. Your dentist may need to shape some teeth slightly in order to help them align correctly, but Cfast does not remove teeth or use other appliances as part of the procedure.
Straight White Teeth Can Be Yours!
Our dentist will access and recommend suitable treatment methods that can be used to achieve straight white teeth.
Cfast - affordable, short-term orthodontics - Cosmetically Focused Adult Straight Teeth
Cfast is a cost effective, gentle and minimally invasive treatment for adults that uses sound orthodontic principles to straighten the upper and lower front six teeth - the Social Six that make up your visible smile. The tooth movement is called rotating, leveling, and aligning, and results in a beautiful smile.
Cfast comes in three options.
Option 1: Cfast Clear Brace. Using tooth-coloured wire and clear brackets it gently straightens your teeth to give you a healthy, beautiful smile. The treatment uses lighter forces than conventional orthodontics so it is more comfortable. It is also quicker.
Option 2: Cfast Invisible Brace - Simple Lingual. The ultimate aesthetic brace! Simple Lingual uses brackets positioned on the inside of the mouth to gently move and align the front 4-6 teeth, for those people for whom speed and appearance are essential.
The term 'lingual'refer to the attachment of braces on the inner surface of the tooth, inside the mouth where they cannot be seen. They are totally inconspicuous! Your teeth can be straightened without worrying about your appearance. While revelling in the secret transformation of your smile you will notice how your teeth are changing when you look in the mirror. Lingual braces are customised to your mouth which helps make them efficient, effective and less intrusive.
Option 3: Smile Tru - clear aligners. Smile Tru translucent sequential tooth positioners (similar to Invisalign) are clear aligners that will move the teeth gently into position. The aligners are worn progressively as the tooth moves, for a period of approximately two weeks per aligner.