Saturday, February 6, 2010


Less discomfort. Fewer office visits. Shorter treatment time.

It’s no secret that you live a busy life and don’t want to make countless trips to the orthodontist. Well, thanks to the revolutionary SureSmile 3-D digital orthodontic system, you don’t have to.

The SureSmile system helps reduce the number of wire changes and adjustments. This means fewer office visits and less discomfort throughout the course of your treatment. You’ll have a straight, healthy and dazzling smile sooner than you thought possible. Plus, SureSmile has been clinically proven to significantly shorten treatment times. Feller Orthodontics was the first practice to pioneer SureSmile in Salt Lake City and Wyoming.

Tomorrow’s orthodontic technology. Today.

With SureSmile, we capture 3-D images of your teeth using a state of the art Cone Beam CT scanner. We use sophisticated 3-D treatment planning software to build a virtual model of your teeth. Dr. Feller then uses this information to plot individual tooth movements throughout the course of your SureSmile treatment. This “mapping” of tooth movement allows for a more efficient bracket and archwire system to be designed.

Once Dr. Feller completes your computerized treatment plan, it is sent to the SureSmile service center, where your customized archwires created, based on Dr. Feller’s prescription. SureSmile uses state-of-the-art robotic technology to fabricate your “shape-memory alloy” archwires based on the detailed requirements of your individual treatment plan. These “smart” wires, which permanently retain their custom bends, are made from the most effective materials used in orthodontics today. Your teeth are moved to the desired positions more directly, resulting in reduced treatment time.

Leading-edge technology combined with a patient-centered approach provides a positive orthodontic treatment experience with outstanding results.

SureSmile was featured on the hit-show 'The Doctors'. See the clip below:

For more information visit the SureSmile website.

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