Six Month Orthodontics Cork

When most people think of braces, they think that it is mostly a treatment for children. They also think they will take up to four years to work. Using tooth coloured brackets and small space age wires long waits are a thing of the past. Our braces are discreet, effective and able to straighten teeth in just six months.

For adults who have had gaps in their teeth or a crooked smile and have lost hope for a solution, Six Month Braces is for you. Six month braces is an affordable, easy and very quick way to improve your smile and leave behind the crowding, crooked teeth and gaps that make you smile shy. After the Six Month Braces treatment, many of our patients no longer feel afraid to smile, and have been given a new confidence to show their beaming smile.

Best of all, it takes only six months to complete the whole treatment.


Six Month Smiles Braces Treatment - Dental Options Cork

Frequently Asked Questions

How Can It Be Done In 6 Months?

The method uses the absolute latest in brace technology and orthodontic techniques to move your teeth quickly and safely but at the same time not damaging them. The secret to its effectiveness is the use of Nickel Titanium wires.

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

No you won’t. Dental Options Cork braces are discreet and the same colour as your teeth. People will barely notice that you are even wearing braces.

Are 6 Month Braces More Painful Than Regular Braces?

They are no more painful than regular braces. The six month braces technique is based around smart used of low force to ensure the teeth move comfortably into position. Using high tension and tightening the braces would actually slow down moving your teeth, as well as being really painful.

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

No, there is no damage caused to the teeth, root or gums. By design the Six Month Braces technique uses low amounts of force in order to move the teeth comfortably into the right position.

Do I Have To Wear A Retainer?

Yes. With any other orthodontic treatment, you will need to wear a retainer. The option is available to splint your teeth together if you do not want to wear long term a retainer. We at Dental Options Cork can tailor post-treatment options based on your needs.

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

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