Straight Teeth in Months, Not Years!
You can get straight teeth before your next dental cleaning with Six Month Smiles® Braces. This revolutionary teeth straightening system has many benefits:
- Safety and comfort
- Low-force teeth repositioning
- Clear or white braces that are barely noticeable
- Less sensitivity than traditional braces, plus it is often more affordable
- Usually just one appointment per month
- Flexible financing (Payments as low as $100/month)
- Free take-home teeth whitening after completed treatment
Common Questions About Six Month Smiles®
How can teeth be straightened in only six months?
By focusing on the teeth that show when you smile and not making significant changes to your bite, Today’s Dentistry can safely straighten teeth in an average treatment time of six months. Another key component of the Six Month Smiles system is the use of special nickel titanium wires.
Six months sounds good, but will I still have a mouth full of metal?
No! Six Month Smiles uses clear or white (tooth-colored) braces that are barely noticeable. People will hardly notice that you’re wearing braces during treatment, but they will notice your straight, more attractive smile afterwards!
How are Six Month Smiles Braces more comfortable than traditional braces?
Six Month Smiles is a low-force teeth repositioning method. Many people mistake the accelerated treatment time to mean that we simply tighten regular braces to get the teeth moving, but that is not true. Six Month Smiles utilizes standard orthodontic mechanics, but with an emphasis on the cosmetic appearance of teeth rather than bite position.
Do Six Month Smiles Braces damage the teeth, roots, or gums?
There are no more risks of root damage or other issues than those associated with traditional orthodontics. Since the forces used during Six Month Smiles treatment are lighter and teeth are seldom extracted, there are actually fewer risks involved with Six Month Smiles.
Will I have to wear a retainer?
Yes, as with any teeth straightening treatment, a retainer is necessary to maintain (or “retain”) the new, straighter position of teeth. If you don’t want to wear a removable retainer, you can have a bonded retainer placed. Ask your doctor at Today’s Dentistry about your options.