Six Month Orthodontics

Most people think that braces are mainly for kids and take 2-4 years. Not anymore! Using tooth coloured brackets and small space age wires, we can straighten your teeth in an average time of 6 months.

Many adults who have had crooked or spaced teeth throughout their life have lost hope. ‘6 Month Braces’ is an easy and affordable way to greatly improve your smile leaving the embarrassment of crooked, crowded and spaced teeth in the past! Many of our patients have a newfound confidence now that they can smile freely. They are no longer ashamed of their appearance. It only takes 6 months.

Eibhlin O'Leary

Orthodontist

Itero scanner

At Dental Options we are one of the only practices in the country with an Itero scanner. What makes the Itero Digital Scanner different? It scans your teeth and then creates a 3D visual graphic of what your teeth would look like if you decided to straighten them. For patients who are confused about the benefits of orthodontics this service, which is free of charge for them, it is an absolutely fantastic tool in helping patients to make an informed decision.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Can It Be Done In 6 Months?

The method used it the latest techniques and technology to move your teeth quickly and safely. The key component is the use of special Nickel Titanium wires.

Will I Have A Mouth Full Of Metal For 6 Months?

No. We use tooth colored brackets. People will hardly notice that you are wearing braces.

Are 6 Month Braces More Painful Than Regular Braces?

No. The 6 Month Braces Technique uses LOW force to move the teeth comfortably.. Many people think we just “tighten” the braces like crazy to get the teeth moving. This would actually slow down tooth movement.

Does The 6 Month Braces Technique Damage The Teeth, Roots, Or Gums In Any Way?

No. The 6 Month Braces Technique uses low force with short treatment duration to safely move the teeth. THERE IS NO ROOT DAMAGE OR RESORPTION.

Do I Have To Wear A Retainer?

Yes, as with any orthodontic procedure a retainer is necessary. If you do not want to wear a retainer for very long you can have your teeth splinted together. There are a variety of options based on your preference.

For more information, please visit www.6monthsmile.com and www.cosmeticdentistryguide.co.uk.

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