Our clear braces are safe, comfortable, and provide quick results. Using proven techniques and materials, the braces have been specifically designed for adults with crooked, spaced, or misaligned teeth.
6 months is the average treatment time. Most patients finish around 6 months, but treatment times may range from 4-9 months.
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Yes! This is not a DIY (Do it yourself) type of treatment. Trained Doctors follow your case from the beginning to end to track your progress and make adjustments along the way to give you the best possible results. This is the safest, most effective and quickest way to progress through treatment.
A trained Six Month Smiles Provider will assess your needs and determine if you are a candidate for Six Month Smiles at your Consultation.
Not at all. What most patients describe is mild temporary discomfort for a few days after the clear braces are placed and maybe after some adjustments, but people don't complain of anything more than that. Think of it like going to the gym, you maybe be a bit sore at first but you will eventually feel better.
- Dr. Chris Bowman
Our Invisible Aligners are great for mild crowding and gaps in your teeth. Our Clear Braces are used for more complex cases which require more tooth movement. Both types of treatment take about 6 Months.
Once you schedule a consultation with a Provider, they will determine the best type of treatment based on your specific needs.
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Six Month Smiles treatment can range between £3,500 and £4,500. Your doctor will determine the cost of your treatment based on how complex your case is.
If your insurance doesn't cover Six Month Smiles treatment, don't worry! Most of our Dentists offer payment plans that are suitable for every budget.
Some dental and healthcare insurance plans may cover a portion of Six Month Smiles treatment. It's best to contact your insurance provider based on your specific policy.