Do You Want To Fix Your Smile Faster Than Conventional Orthodontics?
If you answered yes to above, then you may be a candidate for the Six Month Smiles system. The Six Month Smiles system uses fully transparent braces to adjust your teeth. They are more gentle than traditional braces and besides being more comfortable and aesthetic looking, they may be the perfect way for you to gently re-align your teeth!
How Does The Six Month Smiles System Work?
Your Six Month Smiles Braces are clear and tooth colored. The normal average treatment time is just six months with some patients only requiring four while some require nine months. Typically most metal braces or traditional orthodontics can take on average of two years to completely align your smile.
How Does Six Month Smiles Work so Quickly?
While they use the same Orthodontic principles as regular braces, they work by more gently focusing only on the teeth that people can actually see while you smile. Since regular braces work by making large adjustments to your whole overall bite, they can take longer and be more uncomfortable compared to the Six Month Smiles system.
Who is the Six Month Smiles System For?
The great news is that it is for anyone aged 16 and up who wants to improve their smile! So if you have oddly-spaced teeth or your teeth appear crooked, or maybe they seem like they are at different heights, these clear braces may be a great way for you to get the look you want!
What Are the Drawbacks?
Actually, there are not really and drawbacks to the system. Since they are essentially invisible, our comfortable braces can straighten most smiles in an average of six months. The great news is that they cost less than most regular braces! If you require a major bite adjustment, then this system might not be the best option for you. However, if you want to straighten your smile, this may be the treatment you have been looking for.
Why Do I Not Need to See An Orthodontist?
Dr. Alissa Khartchenko offers this patented technology to our patients as an alternative to traditional metal braces. The system has been designed for General Dentists to use in a regular clinical dental setting.