SOURCE: Andrew Dine, DDS

Fairfield Dental Practice

November 16, 2015 15:51 ET

Fairfield Dentist Adds Revolutionary Orthodontic Treatment

FAIRFIELD, OH--(Marketwired - November 16, 2015) - Dr. Andrew Dine, a Fairfield cosmetic dentist, is now offering a new treatment that can align teeth without uncomfortable metal brackets or wires.

Invisalign is an orthodontic system that uses clear aligners to straighten teeth. The treatment is desirable for teens and adults because it is virtually invisible, and the Invisalign trays can be removed for cleaning and eating.

"More and more, teens and adults do not want metal in their mouth if they can avoid it," Dr. Dine said. "Invisalign is an incredible tool that can treat a variety of alignment issues, including gaps in the teeth, crooked teeth and mild bite issues."

Millions of people across the country have successfully used Invisalign to straighten their teeth. The entire treatment takes about 12 months, about half the time of traditional braces, and the system only uses a series of plastic aligners.

Dr. Dine said once the patient has their initial Invisalign consultation, his office will take impressions and develop the aligners that will be used throughout the treatment. The patients are instructed to replace their aligners about once every two weeks and wear the trays about 22 hours every day until the treatment is complete.

"I am really excited to offer this valuable service for my patients," Dr. Dine said. "Invisalign is so discreet that even the patient's closest friends and family members will not even know they are receiving treatment. They get to smile with pride during the treatment, instead of being self-conscious about the treatment."

Dr. Dine has been in practice for nearly 40 years, serving the communities of Fairfield, Fairfield Township, Middletown, Ross, Hamilton, West Chester, Liberty Township and areas in Butler County, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1971 and Case Western Reserve University School of Dentistry in 1976.

His practice -- Clock Tower Place, 1251 Nilles Rd., Ste. 16 -- offers preventive care, cosmetic dentistry (tooth-colored fillings, teeth whitening at the dentist, Sinsational Smile), restorations (dental crowns, dental bridges, root canal procedures and implant-supported dentures) and gum disease treatments. Dr. Dine's practice uses a state-of-the-art digital X-ray machine that provides images instantly, uses 80 percent less radiation than traditional X-rays and does not require the patient to have the uncomfortable X-ray film in their mouth.

Dr. Dine began offering Fastbraces™ in 2014. The brackets used with Fastbraces™ work on a different mechanical principle than that of traditional braces. The patented system uses an innovative triangular bracket and a specially shaped square wire to correct the position of the root and the crown of the tooth from the beginning of treatment. Because Fastbraces™ realigns the root and crown simultaneously, it works in half the time of traditional braces, which realign the two in separate stages.

Dr. Dine is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, an honor given to dentists who have taken 500 hours of continuing education and passed a seven-hour written examination on all disciplines of dentistry. He is a member of the Ohio Dental Association, Cincinnati Dental Society, American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry and Better Business Bureau. He also is a founding member of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health.

Dr. Dine makes it his mission to serve all families and patients, which is why his office offers special financing programs for treatment.

To view financing options provided by the Fairfield dentist or to find out the cost of cosmetic dentistry or Invisalign at Dr. Dine's practice, visit his website at www.DrDine.com or call 513-823-2575.

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