A Smile Revolution

Typically, a revolution takes the form of an organized movement aimed at effecting change—economic change, technological change, political change, or social change. The people who start revolutions have determined the institutions currently in place in society have failed or no longer serve their intended purpose. In modern times, especially in the area of technology, these revolutionaries are called “disruptors”. 

Call us what you will, but we feel a smile revolution is in order.

Doctors Donald Sabourin and Aaron Rauen have been some of the top providers of accelerated orthodontics in the United States for nearly a decade. Dr. Sabourin grew his single general dentistry office into multiple ortho-only offices in Mid-Michigan and Southeast Michigan, becoming the largest providers in the world of the previous system they were using. Dr. Rauen has done extensive research in orthodontic systems, and with Sabourin has developed the My Forever Smile® Braces System.

As far as a technological revolution goes, we simply look at the tools that are available in the industry, and after much development, use them in the most efficient and effective manner. Seems like someone in orthodontics should have figured this out years ago.

Our system relies on several facets working together to move teeth fast and more efficiently. The combination of brackets, wires and elastics, along with proper bracket placement results in the beautiful smiles we see at the end of our patient’s treatments. Treatments at our offices usually take between 10 and 16 months, with many patients finishing much faster. Our patients also report less discomfort during treatment.

The biggest revolution that My Forever Smile® Braces System is at the center of is a social revolution. Our system delivers fast, gentle, and affordable treatment to many segments of our population that could never before afford braces due to the high cost and years of treatment. Our system shortcuts the process, not the results. Less time in a dental practice chair means lower costs for the provider and that means lower costs for their patients.

Dr. Donald Sabourin

Dr. Aaron Rauen