Quick Braces Treatment Boise

Typical average treatment time for traditional braces is 24-30 months, the average treatment time with quick braces is just 6-12 months, and in some cases, only a few months.

Types of Braces:

Metal: This is the most common type. They are made of high grade stainless steel. Today’s braces are smaller, more comfortable and attractive than ever before. We use a mini twin bracket which is one of the smallest on the market and all of our brackets are new for each patient. Some orthodontists and dentist's re-use brackets. We also offer more than 25 different colors you can add to your braces!

Ceramic Braces: These are also known as clear braces. The brackets we use are made of a man-made Safire with makes strong and very resistant to discoloration. They are most popular with adults due to their cosmetic appeal. There are some inherent drawbacks to this bracket. They are slightly more bulk and can be more fragile.

Invisalign: The Invisalign system is a series of clear aligners. They look much like modern day retainers. They are computer generated and gradually move teeth over time. This system however effective does have limitations has to how effectively they can move teeth.

Six Month Braces:

This is quality orthodontic treatment program we have developed in our office for individuals who are looking for a quick cosmetic change to their smile. It is very effective at correction the front teeth and minor bite problems. It has been very successful for adults and teen who need limited treatment or correction of minor relapse.

Our team at Gilman Orthodontics Boise, believes that continually using technological breakthroughs gives our practice an extreme advantage, and in turn, an orthodontic experience that is efficient, and easy on you. We are proud to use digital photographic 3D dental imaging on our patients which gives us the best images to accurately correct the appearance and health of your smile.

Our practice offers a variety of treatment options that, with ever advancing technology, make orthodontic treatment more discreet while maintaining the effectiveness of traditional braces.