Brius®, or BRIUS® Technologies, is an innovative company that offers transformative technology in the field of orthodontics. Its main claim to fame is that it utilizes advanced and proprietary technology that allows it to move every tooth independently by being placed behind the tooth, rather than in front of it.
Unlike other braces that force you to literally grin and bear the pain, BRIUS places less force on every single tooth, leading to a more painless experience in straightening out your pearly whites.
Bringing Transformative Technology to Orthodontics
The thing that’s transformative about BRIUS is that it gradually transforms your teeth and aligns them straight with individual aligners instead of collectively doing it, which is the more painful way to go about it.
Beyond Aligners and Braces: Before BRIUS, you only have two ways to straighten your teeth—aligners or standard braces. The independent movers tech is a new tech you can use to achieve both efficient tooth movement and aesthetically pleasing treatment.
Not Braces. Not Aligners. Independent Movers™: Independent movers offer less rigid and more biomechanical ways of moving your teeth to a straighter and more aesthetically favorable position when push comes to shove.
This approach by Brius enables teeth to move one-by-one yet simultaneously. They’re synched together to move your teeth to a favorable position instead of forcing all teeth to fall in line.
BRIUS Orthodontic Technology Explained: Every single tooth is taken care of when you go the BRIUS route of orthodontics. It specifically uses flexible NiTi arms to connect every tooth to a rigid bar, allowing for synchronized independent movement.
Characterized by Comfort and Efficiency: BRIUS is less forceful on your teeth, leading to a less painful and grueling orthodontics experience. It’s also easier to clean because it doesn’t make use of wires and you have fewer nooks and crannies to brush at.
Your floss is also less likely to get snagged by BRIUS tech. Finally, it takes fewer dental center visits to install Brius into your mouth. In fact, you usually need one visit to get BRIUS treatment with no adjustments required.
Unleash Your Hidden Smile: Use BRIUS or Brius to unleash your hidden smile. Avail of Brius orthodontics at places like Thantakit Dental Center, because their dental tourism gives you significant discounts and their dentists are committed to provide you with quality BRIUS service.
Takes a Little Getting Used To: Wearing back-the-teeth braces might take a bit of adjustment or acclimatization. It specifically alters your speech, with you getting a slight lisp due to tongue contact by your braces-aligned teeth.
Don’t worry about the lisp too much since as you adjust to the braces, the lisp should disappear and you should get used to speaking with Brius brackets on the back of your teeth.
Everything You Need to Know About BRIUS
Patients of all ages can avail of Brius, but you need to first consult with your dentist if you’re a worthy candidate for such a product or if some other speed brace or aligner can do the job of straightening your teeth.
What is BRIUS? Brius brackets are like lingual braces in that they’re placed behind your teeth instead of in front of them, leading to a more aesthetically pleasing look without camouflaging the brackets.
This standard or classic metal braces alternative can gradually improve your smile everyday without you having to take them off or having them adjusted too often. It’s also easier to brush your teeth, floss, and gargle mouthwash with BRIUS.
BRIUS is a different orthodontic treatment from traditional metal braces that give you the characteristic “brace face”. Those standard braces are infamous for being uncomfortable and bulky. Most people don’t favor them because they require more responsibility for maintenance.
Invisalign is a little better and less cumbersome to wear with their camouflaged aligners. However, they come with their own pros, cons, and requirements to ensure their effectiveness.
In fact, BRIUS can even result in shorter periods of treatment when compared to standard braces, speed braces, or even Invisalign if push comes to shove.
The BRIUS Process Explained: After consulting with an orthodontist and being approved as a candidate, you can move forward to scheduling a visit to get the Brius brackets installed at the back of your teeth. A professional will examine the state of your teeth and bite type.
They’ll determine if any problems require correction and how severe the correction will be. Standard braces work best for changing extreme overbite or underbite while speed braces, Brius, and Invisalign can work fine with less extreme orthodontic issues.
The professional will also listen to any concerns you might have and answer your questions about the procedures available and your options for treatment.
During the consultation phase, you’ll undergo a 3D scan or mouth mold to take impressions of your teeth and your bite. Afterwards, the doctor will make a personalized treatment plan to get you the best and straightest smile possible.
The information will then be sent to the lab, whether it’s a mold or digital pictures to determine where the BRIUS brackets will be placed for your specific mouth arrangement. A second appointment is then scheduled.
On the second appointment, the brackets should be placed by the qualified orthodontist. BRIUS requires no adjustments. Rather, you’ll be monitored for the coming weeks.
The orthodontist will check the progress of the treatment to see if things are going as planned.
Who is a Viable Candidate for BRIUS? Viable candidates for Brius include patients who worry about how the braces will affect their smile. Adults in particular who wish to straighten their teeth without getting the preteen brace-face look might wish to go the BRIUS route.
It’s also ideal if you’re not searching for Invisalign-type removable orthodontics. Since its conception, BRIUS has brought out the hidden beautiful smiles of hundreds of thousands of patients all over the world.
The world-renowned and internationally trained orthodontists at Thantakit Dental Center wish to share this innovative product for orthodontic issue treatment, which can range from mild to severe cases.
It’s not necessarily the best option for all patient types. If you’re dealing with a significant overbite and wearing the brackets leads to you feeling too much pressure, they might detach more easily compared to underbites or standard crooked teeth.
Standard or speed braces work better in such instances. They don’t detach as easily. As for Invisalign, they’re not recommended for extreme jaw or bite correction.
How Does BRIUS Work? Orthodontics has evolved significantly since the 20th Century. You have many more options now for stealthier braces. Some camouflage themselves and in the case of BRIUS, they could even hide themselves behind your teeth instead of in front of them.
Lingual braces like BRIUS have become quite the sophisticated tech, which makes them popular for self-conscious people who don’t want the “brace face” look.
They’re hidden braces that can achieve the same results as standard braces for certain mouths and bites. They come with the advantage of being virtually undetectable and inconspicuous to boot.
BRIUS in particular boasts the ability to offer you 50 percent faster results compared to standard braces. They can also compete with the speed of speed braces or Invisalign to boot.
Ultimately, through the discreet and precise placement of braces behind your teeth, Thantakit orthodontists can assist you in achieving a healthier and straighter smile for your teeth with back braces.
Hidden braces also hide the “brace face” smile, thus you’re able to slowly straighten your teeth without looking like a preteen going through preteen orthodontics as a fully grown adult.
This tech addresses aesthetic concerns in a practical and effective manner without compromising the integrity of your orthodontic treatment. In other words, it offers you the best of both worlds!
What Benefits Does BRIUS Offer? Like with other orthodontic appliances, BRIUS comes with its own pros and cons. Review them to know what you’re in for or whether you’re even a qualified patient for this specific treatment.
It does certain things well that suits certain circumstances, but you can go for other treatments in case your specific mouth, jaw, and teeth placement won’t benefit from what Brius has to offer.
The revolutionary treatment comes with the following pros:
- More Convenient: They’re more convenient because you don’t have to remember to remove or replace them.
- Invisible and Discreet: It’s invisible because the brackets are placed at the back instead of the front of your teeth.
- More Comfortable: BRIUS places less force on the teeth, making them (relatively) pain-free or less painful, thus ensuring your comfort.
- 50 Percent Quicker: Its treatment times are 50 percent shorter because its brackets individually yet simultaneously move all the teeth to desired positions.
- Easier to Clean: Because you’re dealing with no wires and fewer nooks and crannies, it’s easier to clean your BRIUS-supported teeth when flossing or brushing.
- Fewer Office Visits: Because most cases only require one BRIUS appliance installation for treatment, you’ll require fewer office visits and no further adjustments are necessary.
As for the cons, they include:
- Accidental Slippage: The brackets might slip out in certain teeth placements or arrangements.
- More Flexibility: The adjustability of braces makes them more flexible for unforeseen teeth movement.
- Not for Underbites: They can’t be used for extreme underbite or other treatments work better in such circumstances.
- Wire Placement: The wire placement of front-facing braces allow for treatment of a wider range of orthodontic issues.
- More Issues Addressed: The front-teeth bracketing of normal braces or even Invisalign allow for overbite or underbite adjustments.
- Lisp: Your lingual braces might cause you to have a slight lisp when you speak that should disappear as your tongue gets used to the braces.
What to Expect from BRIUS Technologies
You might undergo a dull ache or soreness in the first few days of wearing the appliance. Your body will have to acclimate with the soreness while the braces do their job of correcting individual teeth placement in a simultaneous manner.
What are Lingual Braces? BRIUS is a lingual brace. They’re placed behind the teeth near the tongue, hence “lingual” braces. They also cause a lisp thanks to the placement, but as you get used to them, you can avoid getting the lisp.
They’re another method of orthodontic dental straightening without being as noticeable as standard braces. These lingual braces are more effective than other hidden or camouflaged braces with clear aligners because they offer orthodontic wire strength comparable to standard braces.
How Do Behind-the-Teeth Braces Work? The patented biomechanical BRIUS system uses artificial intelligence for planning. They’re also known as incognito braces as opposed to camouflaged braces due to their ambush-style hiding place.
Their orthodontic strength isn’t lessened because they still work like standard braces but they’re placed behind the teeth to support them in a push-based manner instead of the pulling done with metal braces.
Why Use BRIUS Braces? BRIUS braces are lingual braces that hide themselves behind your teeth, so they offer strength in orthodontic correction without giving you any aesthetic or hygiene concerns.
It combines the strength of traditional braces with the camouflaging benefits of clear aligners—as opposed to Invisalign, which sacrifices strength to give you better dental aesthetics.
How Fast are BRIUS Braces? How fast is 50 percent faster than traditional braces? Traditional braces take up to 3 years to work. So it should take about 6 to 12 months for BRIUS to work. It’s faster because it independently moves every tooth but they’re also moving simultaneously.
Their independent movement is synched together to give you the more painful movement of forcing entire arches or blocks of teeth to a certain position. This treatment method significantly lessens the pain.
Why Don’t You Need to Adjust BRIUS? The adjustment for BRIUS has already been done at the dental laboratory, during the planning stages of their placement on your mouth.
Their independent movement of each tooth allows for no adjustment issues. This then results in fewer visits to the dental center and shorter appointment times overall that mostly involve monitoring the progress of the treatment.
How is BRIUS Made for Every Patient’s Mouth? Once you become a viable BRIUS candidate, digital scans of your teeth and gums or molds are made for the laboratory to custom-fit every bracket to every one of your teeth.
After your case has been approved, a personalized design and bespoke Brius appliance is created then delivered to your dental center of choice (like Thantakit in Thailand). After delivery, the orthodontist should then bond the lingual braces behind your teeth to support them.
What Makes BRIUS so Effective? BRIUS has patented technology with high biomechanical capabilities in order to move your crooked teeth from behind without looking like obvious braces up front. They’re hidden in plain sight but aren’t clear aligners.
Lingual braces, in short, give you the best of both worlds for most orthodontic circumstances—they both offer you a more aesthetic orthodontic treatment while at the same time retaining the strength and effectiveness of standard braces. They can also fix your teeth for as little as 6-12 months to boot!
To Wrap It All Up
As a forward-thinking innovative corporation, the makers of Brius—Brius Tech—have made it their calling to offer people the best way of straightening teeth without it being as painful as puberty itself.
BRIUS allows the teeth to straighten without adding to your growing pains. It’s an improved orthodontic experience available at Thailand’s very own Thantakit Dental Center and offered by the best orthodontists on hand.
Thantakit International Dental Center is Thailand’s longest established dental center. Situated in Bangkok, our clinic is renowned across the world as a destination for world-class dentistry, with most of our patients flying to us from Australia.
Please contact us today and get a FREE dental consultation.