At nearly half the cost of traditional braces, the HealthyStart™ System is a revolutionary departure from traditional orthodontics into an early, non-invasive, natural way of straightening teeth. It works as well as or better than braces, plastic aligners, surgery, or any other option to achieve a picture-perfect, beautiful smile.
No product is as easy or comfortable to use. Our proprietary advanced orthodontic / orthopedic HealthyStart™ appliance is BPA, Silicone and Latex Free, ISO 13485, FDA Cleared, a Health Canada Class II Medical-Grade Device that rests comfortably in the mouth. HealthyStart™ is safe, effective and naturally promotes growth and development. Treatment with HealthyStart™ is a non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical, pain free and non-invasive therapy when worn at night or as directed, to assist parents who struggle with children affected by SDB, a restricted airway and crowded or crooked teeth. With HealthyStart™ you’ll see your child becoming the best version of themselves beyond the beautiful smile!
Ellie has tongue thrust-it is a habit that has a big impact on her smile! Fortunately, if we catch this in the early years, we can retrain the tongue simply by sleeping with this appliance. As the permanent teeth come in, they will find their way through the guidance of the HealthyStart™ system to come in and stay in straight.
Compared to braces, the HealthyStart™ system works significantly faster because of three significant reasons:
Braces uses mechanical force to correct the misalignment and each area corrected is done by a slower process requiring a step-by-step sequence.
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