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Straighter Teeth In Six Months

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Millions of Americans say that they are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth. Crooked, misaligned, or unevenly spaced teeth are not considered to be the aesthetically perfect smile. While many adults would love to have a more beautiful smile, they simply do not want to have to wear braces for years. Many adults also have responsibilities like paying bills, raising children, student loans, etc. and can’t afford expensive, traditional orthodontic treatment. Thankfully, Six Month Smiles is an innovative orthodontic system that allows dentists to help patients achieve a straighter, more beautiful smile. Like the name suggests, Six Month Smiles takes just an average of six months to achieve beautiful results.

Dental and orthodontic experts agree that adult braces are the most effective method to achieve a straight, healthy, long-lasting, beautiful smile. Yet, not everyone has the time and money to invest in traditional treatment. Six Month Smiles is a short term orthodontic treatment with a modern twist. Six Month Smiles has taken the tried and true aspects of braces and modified the treatment plan to give adults a cosmetic solution in a fraction of the time.

With the average time being six months, patients see dramatic results through the Six Month Smiles treatment. Also, adults are happy with the clear brackets and tooth colored wires that make the treatment almost invisible to others. Talk to your dentist about Six Month Smiles. With the treatment lasting about half a year, you can be on your way to a more confident smile.

Posted on behalf of Dr. Hye Park


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