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Smart Clip™ Self-Ligating Braces are the modern choice in Orthodontics to achieve a winning smile. According to Dr Boutros, “Our high tech braces and wires allow a more gentle and efficient experience for our patients.”

May 3, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

In this new generation, everyone craves the latest in technology…new phones, new computers, etc. Not only do people seek the latest in electronic devices but also in dental care as well.

In Houston, Texas, Dr Audrey Boutros, a Bellaire orthodontist, is providing the latest and greatest in technology to orthodontic patients including self-ligating braces, Invisalign, and digital x-rays and models.

In instances where braces are the best option for treatment, Smart Clip™ Self-Ligating Braces are the modern choice in Orthodontics to achieve a winning smile. According to Dr Boutros “Our high tech braces and wires allow a more gentle and efficient experience for our patients.” What is Smart Clip ™ Self Ligating Braces? It is the latest technology in dental orthodonitics, so it works fast and looks good.

Ordinary braces use “elastic bands” or ligatures to secure the wire into each brace. The bands become stained and stretched and can retain food particles, making it more difficult for patients to keep braces and teeth clean. The incredible thing about self-ligating technology is it removes the need for ligatures. Instead of using elastic bands, Smart Clip braces use small metal clips to hold the wires into the brackets. This innovation has major advantages. The Smart Clip braces design can help teeth move and align faster, make braces easier to keep clean, allowing patients to spend less time in the doctor’s chair and have fewer appointments. Smart Clip braces are also available in a ceramic version which blends in with teeth and makes braces less visible. (http://www.boutrosortho.com/Services/Types-of-Braces.aspx)

Dr. Boutros explains “Our digital x-ray equipment provides up to 80% less radiation than traditional film x-rays. I am excited to offer the latest technology with my patients best interest at heart.” The advances in technology do not stop there. Dr Boutros is able to ensure patients a more comfortable initial orthodontic experience with the latest in digital imaging including the new iOC Scanner. This state-of-the-art technology allows doctors to make an accurate 3D model of the patient’s teeth without the “goop”, gagging, and patient discomfort associated with conventional impressions. Not only is this more comfortable for the patient, but the digital scan can be used for Invisalign and fabricating appliances. Boutros Orthodontics is a progressive office that has chosen to upgrade the standard care- thanks to the Smart Clip Self Ligating Braces and the iOC Scanner- to provide patients with a more comfortable orthodontic experience while delivering the patient’s desired results.

Contact Info:
Name: Audrey Boutros
Email: info@boutrosortho.com
Phone: (713) 218-8338
Organization: Boutros Orthodontics

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