- Posted on: Nov 15 2018
Having straight, perfect teeth is something that everyone wants, but it’s also something that few people are born with. Here at Dr. Paul Peterson’s office, we offer patients a variety of different cosmetic dentistry options to help them get the Instagram-worthy smile that everyone wants. One of the newest ways that we can help patients achieve that perfect smile is with a treatment called Controlled Arch Orthodontics. Let’s take a closer look at this innovative treatment so that you can see whether or not it’s something that you want to learn more about.
What is ControlledArch Orthodontics™?
With all other types of orthodontic options, they work by working against the body but the ControlledArchControlledArch Treatment options are designed to work with nature by assisting the body. Additionally, ControlledArch Orthodontics are less invasive than traditional orthodontics which also make them a more appealing option for patients.
What is the difference between Traditional Orthodontics and Controlled Arch Orthodontics™?
When you compare traditional orthodontics and ControlledArch orthodontics they look exactly the same to everybody else. The biggest difference though is what happens behind the teeth because we use a different technique. The ContolledArch treatment not only provides patients with a faster treatment, but it’s more predictable and helps orthodontics work more easily with it as well.
How Long Do Controlled Arch Orthodontics™ Treatment take?
Just like with all sorts of orthodontic treatments, how long ControlledArch Orthodontics Treatments take will vary from patient to patient. During your initial consultation with Dr. Paul Peterson, he will help determine just how long you will take. The great thing, though, is that ControlledArch Orthodontics treatments take about 30% less time than traditional treatments.
Does this new orthodontic treatment option sound like something that you are interested in learning more about? If so, then contact our Park City office today and call us at (435) 658-0678.
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