The Damon™ System is unlike any other currently on the market.
As an experienced orthodontist, Dr. David Berrios has used many different orthodontic braces in his career. “I like the The Damon™ System because it goes beyond just getting the teeth straight; it takes facial balance and age into consideration,” says Berrios. The Damon™ System is designed to avoid extraction of healthy, permanent teeth or the use of uncomfortable rapid expanders. Dr. Berrios went on to say, “the most important benefits to my patients are the reduction in number of appointments and shortened treatment time.”
The Damon Bracket System is unlike any other currently on the market. Traditional braces are tied in with elastics, which cause friction and pressure, which can make treatment slower and less comfortable. Damon braces use a slide mechanism to hold the wire, which allows teeth to move more freely, quickly and comfortably. They are also manufactured to be less noticeable and easier to keep clean.
Here are the top five reasons Dr. David Berrios recommends The Damon™ System to his patients:
- The final results create a fuller, broader, more natural smile
- They’re easier to clean
- Treatment times are faster
- They’re more comfortable – new technology uses lighter pressure
- There’s less of a need for extraction of healthy teeth
Call (818) 718-9280 today for a complimentary consultation. Dr. Berrios will help you achieve a healthy, attractive smile.
Dr. David Berrios is located in Northridge, California and provides Orthodontic services to Tarzana, Encino, Calabasas, Porter Ranch, Northridge and the entire San Fernando Valley. He is a member of the highly prestigous European Orthodontic Society and several other local and regional orthodontic study groups. He strongly believes that crooked teeth or an improper bite is due to incorrect development of the muscles and jaws. Unlike most other orthodontists, he feels that these can be corrected by braces, but does not favor extraction of healthy teeth in the permanent dentition in the vast majority of cases.