What is Six Month Smiles?

36If you have misaligned teeth and you are considering orthodontic treatment, you can select Six Month Smiles for a revolutionary straightening experience. Some patients avoid orthodontics because they don’t want to commit to a difficult 2-3 year treatment process. Six Month Smiles white braces change the standard treatment time, reducing it to an average of 6 months!

Six Month Smiles is a short term orthodontic treatment that will move your teeth quickly and comfortably. You don’t have to wait years to enjoy a stunning smile. After just six months of wearing white braces, you can achieve a new and confident grin!

The Six Month Smiles system incorporates wires and wire attachments that speed up the orthodontic process. Your Six Month Smiles white braces will safely guide your teeth into their ideal positions over time.

Six Month Smiles is Braces for Adults

Actual Patient of Dr. Parker
Actual Patient of Dr. Parker

We tell our patients that Six Month Smiles can also be called braces for adults, because they do not interfere with the day-to-day habits of the busy adult. These braces for adults won’t force you to wear braces for 1-3 years like many teenagers do. Instead, you can be prepared for your next big event in just a few months with a beautiful new smile!

These braces for adults are usually clear or white braces. You don’t have to revert to a more adolescent or less attractive appearance when you wear braces for adults. The white braces won’t draw attention to your smile or remind others that you are wearing braces.

Six Month Smiles braces for adults are an innovative orthodontic solution that can fit your busy lifestyle. With an average treatment time of just six months, barely visible brackets, and predictable results, you can have a stress-free orthodontic experience that leads to gorgeous results in less time than ever.

We want to help you find the right form of orthodontic treatment to suit your daily life. Call us today to schedule your appointment with our friendly dentist, Dr. Parker.

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