Accelerated Osteogenics Orthodontics
Accelerated Orthodontics or Fast Teeth Straightening is a method of speeding up orthodontic treatment for those patients who desire quicker results with less time wearing braces.
This method was developed by a team of dental specialists. The technique can be applied to just about every case of orthodontics. It requires a safe, minor surgical procedure that enables the teeth to move quicker, without as much loss of either root or bone as in the past.
Below are photographs of patients treated by Fast Teeth Straightening . Each patient would have been in braces for a minimum of 2 years under traditional treatment, but since Fast Teeth Straightening was performed, each case below took less than 8 months.
Before Fast Teeth Straightening
6 months after Accelerated Orthodontics
This patient presented with a severe malocclusion. It took about 6 months to staighten his teeth
Before Accelerated Orthodontics
7 months after Accelerated Orthodontics
With the new Fast Teeth Straightening procedure, most patients are in and out of braces in 3-8 months! Many patients’ teeth can be safely straightened 3-4 times faster than when they undergo traditional orthodontic treatment.
Fast Teeth Straightening involves a safe minor in-office surgical procedure along with conventional orthodontic treatment by a team of specialists specifically trained in this accelerated method. The procedure is called “Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics” (Wilckodontics).
For further information about Fast Teeth Straightening, please contact Dr. Gallez, Dr. Nguyen or Dr. Browning at Fabrice J. Gallez, DDS, MS, San Jose Phone Number 408-356-9366, or any of the orthodontic specialists below.
- Dr. David Boschken, 6128 Camino Verde Dr, San Jose, CA 95119
- Dr. Steve Yao, 4155 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 2, San Jose, CA 95117
- E-mail: [email protected]
- Dr. Eric Kuo, 200 Union Street, Suite 550, San Francisco, CA 94123
- Phone: (415) 672-5373
- Dr. Tom Wilcko and Dr. William Wilcko (Both dental specialists directly involved in conducting the research to develop this new accelerated method). They are located in Erie, PA.