How does BRIUS work?
The BRIUS appliance is made of two components: a set of flexible arms that attach to the back of each tooth and the rigid bar they connect to.
AI algorithm is used to determine the movement each tooth will need to go through in order to reach its correct position (The same way Google Maps calculates the fastest route for you to get home!).
Then, the flexible arms are designed in such a way as to move each tooth along the shortest path that will lead to its final positioning.
A unique, modern approach
Unlike other braces, where the teeth are connected together with wires, with BRIUS, each tooth is moved independently.
This means that the teeth don’t need to be moved in stages, and all of the teeth can be positioned simultaneously, leading to shorter treatment times. BRIUS also doesn’t require any periodic adjustments, meaning fewer trips to our office.
Only one appliance
You will only need a single BRIUS appliance for your treatment.
Fewer visits with us
BRIUS requires no adjustments after the appliance has been placed—in many cases, only one office visit is needed over the course of treatment, unlike traditional braces.
Faster orthodontic treatment time
Because each tooth can be repositioned independently of the other, treatment with BRIUS is typically 50% faster than with conventional metal braces.
BRIUS applies only light force to the teeth, resulting in a more gentle treatment.
BRIUS attaches from behind the teeth, meaning no part of it is visible from the front. Most people will never know you’re wearing braces.