Six Month Smiles

Six Month Smiles | Woodside Dental Practice Aberdeen

Six Month Smiles

Cosmetic Braces System

Six Month SmilesYour smile is one of the first things people notice when they see you. Crooked teeth make many people self conscious of their appearance.

There are many solutions to achieving straight teeth but some of these can take at least 18 months, if not 2 – 3 years. If you want straight teeth fast without metal brackets then Six Month Smiles Braces are a great option for you.

Six Month Smiles cosmetic braces are very discrete as they use clear ceramic brackets and tooth coloured wires to gently straighten your teeth. By focusing on the teeth you can see when you smile and not making significant changes to your bite, we are able to straighten your teeth in an average time of six months.

The image on the right shows a patient with six month smiles fitted, with examples of before and after photographs below.

  • Patient 1
  • Patient 2
  • Patient 3
SMS Example 1

Before on the left, after on the right.
SMS Example 2

Before on the left, after on the right.
SMS Example 3

Before on the left, after on the right.

Six Month Smiles Cost

£2500 for one arch

from £3000 for full mouth treatment

With this procedure you will also receive FREE tooth whitening and removable retainers with Six Month Smiles braces.

Call us on 01224 524444 and book your free consultation!


What is 6 Month Smiles?

Six Month Smiles® is a modern twist on tried-and-true orthodontics. There is little debate within the orthodontic community that braces are the most widely used and most effective method to give patients straight, healthy teeth and a beautiful smile. Six Month Smiles has taken the best aspects of braces and modified the treatment and the materials to give adults a common-sense, cosmetic solution that fits your lifestyle. Here is what makes Six Month Smiles so innovative …

  • Average treatment times of only six months
  • Six Month Smiles Lucid-Lok™ clear brackets and tooth-coloured wires are barely visible.
  • Use of braces has shown to provide the most conservative and predictable final result
  • Six Month Smiles Patient Tray Kits™ ensure that your appointments are fast and comfortable
  • Low forces and short overall treatment times increase comfort, safety, and hygiene
  • Six Month Smiles is typically less expensive than traditional braces, aligner therapy or veneers

Frequently asked questions

Q: How can teeth be straightened in only six months?
A: The Six Month Smiles technique employs the latest technology and techniques in dentistry to move your teeth quickly and safely. The key components of the treatment are the use of unique, clear braces and a primary focus of moving the teeth that show when you smile.

Q: Six months sounds good, but will I still have a mouth full of metal for the whole time?
A: No! Six Month Smiles uses clear braces that are barely visible to gently straighten your teeth.

Q: How are Six Month Smiles braces more comfortable than regular braces?
A: Six Month Smiles uses low force to move teeth more comfortably. Many people think that the accelerated treatment means simply “tightening” 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 your teeth rather than the position of your bite.

Q: Do Six Month Smiles braces damage the teeth, roots, or gums?
A: There are no more risks of root damage or other issues than those associated with traditional orthodontics. Since the forces used with Six Month Smiles braces are lighter and teeth are seldom extracted, there are actually even fewer risks involved with Six Month Smiles.

Q: Will I have to wear a retainer?
A: Yes, as with any teeth-straightening treatment a retainer is necessary to maintain the straighter position of your teeth. If you don’t want to wear a removable retainer, you can have a bonded retainer placed. There are a variety of options that you can choose from according to your personal preference and situation.

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