Metallic Braces with the Damon Braces System is self-ligating, unlike traditional braces, so it doesn’t require elastics or metal ties to hold the wire in place. It is much more time-consuming and unpleasant to move your teeth when they are restrained by elastics or metal ties, which cause friction and pressure. Orthodontists are able to move teeth more quickly and with less discomfort with Damon braces because of their innovative slide mechanism and shape memory wires.
At Vilafortuny, we have a qualified orthodontist who can straighten your teeth in four to six months with metallic or Damon braces.
Light force, which works with the body’s natural mechanisms to generate space, is used by Damon braces. Our orthodontist can treat most situations using Damon braces without extracting teeth.
Having a nice appearance is crucial, as many people find it embarrassing to have metal braces. However, there are additional benefits to this approach as well.
One of the main advantages of the Damon system is that the treatment period is drastically cut down, often by as much as six months compared to treatments utilizing standard metal braces. In addition, on average, 47.8 percent fewer appointments are required.
Since there are no metal or elastic ligatures, this technique is better for teeth because it does not involve friction. As a result, there’s space for teeth to slide into. This is what speeds up the healing process. That means less discomfort for the people who have to wear them.
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After having practised in the UAE for over 11 years, Dr Nizar Ishaq has earned a reputation for being one of the country’s leading orthodontists. Dr Ishaq works with adults as well as children …
Dr. Hakim completed his postgraduate training in Orthodontics at the University of Colorado, USA in 2006 after earning his DMD from the University of Pittsburgh …