Efficient, Reliable Class II Correction
In the past, if you needed Class II correction, your options may have been limited to extraction of permanent teeth, springs and elastics, or bulky appliances like headgear. Now, with the Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device, you’ll be able to get an ideal bite without sacrificing comfort and convenience. Forsus combines the functionality required by your orthodontist with the ease you desire.
The Forsus Appliance™ promotes growth in adolescents, helping to eliminate excessive overbites, improve the fit of teeth, and possibly prevent the need for jaw surgery.
Your Forsus appliance is installed in one appointment and doesn’t require any additional lab work, so you won’t have to wait to begin your treatment. There are no daily adjustments to make because the appliance provides a constant, continuous, light force to move your jaw and teeth into their correct positions.
The Forsus appliance has a low profile and does not bow into the cheek like other Class II correction appliances. Plus, it allows for a full range of motion, so your speech and eating habits won’t be affected. The best part about the Forsus appliance is that there is no external apparatus (headgear) required. It sits in the back of your mouth, so no one will even notice it’s there.
The open coil spring is designed to be easy to brush clean, and there are no gaps to trap food. You’ll be able to continue your oral hygiene habits as usual without having to worry about cleaning around a bulky appliance. As with any orthodontic appliance, hard and sticky food should be avoided, and brushing is always recommended after every meal.
The constant force given by the Forsus appliance means that it works without you having to do anything. Even while you sleep, Forsus is helping to move your jaw and teeth into alignment. The appliance works with your existing braces and wires, so there is no need to interrupt your planned treatment. Feel free to contact our office to learn more about the advantages of the Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device.