Using 6 Month Smiles to subtly straighten your teeth

With 6 Month Smiles, your dentist can correct mild to moderate orthodontic issues affecting your front teeth. At Danny de Villiers Dentist in Weybridge we have treated many patients successfully with this system of cosmetic braces. If the current alignment of your front teeth is causing you to frown rather than smile, why not come into our Weybridge clinic for a 6 Month Smiles consultation, to discover how you, too, could soon be enjoying the benefits?
six-month-smiles-weybridgeThe secret of 6 Month Smiles
Conventional braces are associated with lengthy treatment times, discomfort, and with being very obvious in your mouth. It is easy to understand why the thought of wearing such an appliance can be enough to put many adults off seeking treatment.
However, the majority of adults who come to Danny de Villiers Dentist in Weybridge with a view to straightening their teeth are primarily concerned about the front teeth – those which show when they smile. These are sometimes referred to as the “social six” teeth, and it is these teeth that 6 Month Smiles are designed to work on.
By focussing on the social six teeth, the treatment time with these cosmetic braces is considerably shorter than with standard orthodontic appliances, which move all the teeth. Six months is in fact the average duration of treatment – some cases at our Weybridge clinic are complete in half that time.
Weybridge 6 Month Smiles
Come into our Weybridge dental clinic for a 6 Month Smiles consultation and our 6 Month Smiles certified dentist will assess your suitability for treatment. So long as these cosmetic braces will suit your needs, we will take impressions of your teeth for your braces to be made.
The other key point about these braces is that, while they are braces, they are not metal and not immediately obvious. Comprising tooth-coloured nickel-titanium wires and clear ceramic brackets, 6 Month Smiles have been designed to blend in with the natural colour of your teeth. They really are that subtle, and have to be seen – or perhaps not seen – to be believed.