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What is Six Month Smiles?

Six Month Smiles® braces is a system of cosmetic braces that uses clear brackets and wires that are almost unnoticeable at most distances. It is meant for adult patients who do not want to go through two years of comprehensive orthodontic treatment, but would still like to improve their smile and gum health in a short period (typically 4-9 months). You can see significant results with the system in just six months!

What is involved in a typical Six Month Smiles treatment plan?

Six Month Smiles certified provider - Richmond HillA typical Six Month Smiles treatment plan will begin with a free consultation.

If you are a candidate for Six Month Smiles treatment plan, the dentist will take photos and an impression of your teeth.  At your next visit, the clear brackets will be cemented to your teeth and the clear wires that move your teeth placed in the brackets.

Follow up appointments each month will allow the dentist to adjust the tension of the wires, which will shift your teeth into the desired positions.  When the desired results have been achieved, the brackets and wires will be removed.  You will be given a clear retainer to wear for a certain period during the day and then only at night to prevent your teeth from gradually returning to their previous positions.

Does my dental insurance cover Six Month Smiles?

Coverage will vary from policy to policy.  We can confirm your coverage (if any) when you come in for a free Six Month Smiles consultation.

This Post Has 5 Comments
  1. Hi Katherine, thanks for your inquiry! We can’t post pricing here, but we’ll follow up with you via email. 🙂

    1. Hello,

      I’m interested in 6 months treatment. Fill me up with the information & cost. Need to book fast.

      Also, I just need to fix uper teeth (gap).

      1. Hi Aman, thanks for reaching out; we’ve replied via email. Looking forward to helping you achieve a great smile!

  2. I was interested in the 6 month smiles for my bottom teeth only. How would that work and what is the cost please ? Would my insurance cover the cost ?

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