(KJNewswire) — On the 23rd of September in Dallas Texas, the annual global conference of FASTBRACES® Orthodontic Technology took place at the prestigious luxury hotel, Hilton Anatole. The following day there was an all-day lecture at the FASTBRACES® campus at Red Oak Dallas where the inventor of the technology Dr. Anthony Viazis gave a significant lecture about the latest insights of FASTBRACES® Technology.
FASTBRACES®, world renowned executive speaker, influencer Dr Evangelos Viazis from Greece, and FASTBRACES® senior master provider Dr Andreas Aspros from Cyprus participated and give their thoughts about the future of the orthodontic industry.
FASTBRACES® Technology gains much popularity among dentists globally for two properties.
The first is that the dentist provider of the technology can accomplish an orthodontic treatment in a matter of days even 100! This is because of the revolutionary triangular bracket that allows the root and the crown of the tooth to move at the same time.
The unique triangular bracket was recognized as a patent to FASTBRACES® Technology in the USA.
Extractions a factor that caused frustration to both the dentists and patients are no more a concern. As we know teeth extractions can negatively affect the lower third of the face as we grow older. With FASTBRACES® Technology as the tooth is moving toward its final position new bone is created, and the existing alveolar bone is remodeled. These structural changes to the alveolar bone provide room for the tooth to settle in its final position, where it is supposed to be if it has erupted properly.
The creation of new alveolar bone was also recognized as a patent to FASTBRACES® Technology in the USA.
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We can see that FASTBRACES® Technology isn’t just a new technique but it is a new way new philosophy in Orthodontics and it is the treatment choice for millions of patients globally.
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