Passive, Self-Litigating Braces that Yield Faster Results

a dentist methodically checking the teeth of her patient

Dental bracesAs modern oral heath technology and processes continue to improve, it is now clearer than ever that litigation and friction have an impact on tooth movement. The positioning of the teeth in the mouth can affect its alignment, but it can also impact the way adjacent teeth touch each other and cause friction among them.

Proper teeth alignment is critical for a person’s chewing, biting, and speaking abilities.

Dental braces then

Traditionally, a dentist or orthodontist had to place brackets joined together with steel wires and secured by rubber. This combination allowed for the application of pressure, which moves the teeth to the desired location. To ensure the teeth aligns and moves to the preferred area, the wires act as a guide for the brackets.

Although effective, this system often resulted in a significant amount of friction, causing them to rely on more force for teeth movement. Because of the creation of more force, patients usually felt discomfort, even pain, as well as slower-to-notice results.

Orthodontics now

Today in Newmarket, the selection of dental braces has expanded considerably. Now, patients now having the chance to opt for the passive, self-litigating orthodontic technology that powers the Damon System.

Through the placement of the Damon System, patients suffering from malocclusions and misaligned teeth can have their problems treated with results not only far more effective but also faster than the traditional ones.

The self-litigating dental brace advantage

The Damon System, which uses self-litigating brackets, allow for the teeth to move with the slightest force, enabling the dentist to yield results faster than the conventional metal and wire braces. Even Newmarket adults who wish to improve the appearance and correct malocclusions can enjoy the benefits of wearing Damon.

With this passive, self-litigating dental brace technology, you can have straighter teeth in a matter of six to twelve months, depending on the condition and status of your teeth. Best of all, thanks to the lighter forces required to move your teeth, you no longer have to worry about experiencing constant discomfort and pain.