Alternatives to Braces

At our dental office, we offer many different teeth straightening technologies. From Fastbraces to Invisalign, we can give you excellent alternatives to traditional braces. Metal braces are bulky, cause cuts, and can be difficult to eat with. However, with invisible brace trays, you can exchange them out when you eat and put them in later or when you are asleep. The ability to live your life free of metallic brackets and wires is a big deal, especially when it comes to eating the things you want and smiling in important photos. Contact our offices today and see if any of these two choices would be good for you.

Dr. Robert Mantoni is
a proud Fastbraces provider:
braces technology that is fast,
safe and affordable.

Fastbraces

Fastbraces was developed by orthodontist, Dr. Anthony Viazis nearly 20 years ago. Since then, Fastbraces has been helping patients straighten out their teeth in as little as a few months to a year. Yes, that’s right! You could have gorgeously straightened teeth in just a year. Conventional braces take up to three years to properly work and can cause a list of issues from mouth cuts to jaw pain. If you are interested in an alternative method to align your teeth, perhaps Fastbraces is the right choice for you!

Invisalign

Invisalign is a popular alternative to braces, as they use only aligning trays to straighten teeth. These aligners are removable and almost completely invisible. Because of this, you can live your life the way you would like to. Conventional braces can be very restrictive in terms of what you can eat. Also, some people with braces can become shy about their smile and refuse to show their teeth in pictures. Invisalign takes care of this problem by offering a series of clear and custom-made Aligners for your teeth. Invisalign progressively shifts your teeth by fitting into differently shaped Aligners every two weeks. This gradual movement will eventually result in beautifully aligned teeth. The best part about this treatment is that the whole procedure only takes six to 15 months!