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Six Month Smiles Orthodontics

Woman with clear bracesMany patients wish they had straighter teeth, but the thought of metal bracket and wire braces and years of treatment may discourage patients from seeking the care they need. For some patients, Six Month Smiles offers a quick, clear braces solution to crooked teeth. This innovative treatment method allows patients to create a beautiful smile they feel proud sharing without spending years completing orthodontic treatment. If you’re interested in Six Month Smiles or other cosmetic alternatives to traditional braces, contact the Distinguished Dental team today. We’ll schedule an orthodontic consultation in our Fort Worth dental office to discuss your smile alignment options and help you make a personalized plan to deliver the smile you desire.

What is Six Month Smiles?


Six Month Smiles is a cosmetic orthodontic solution that uses clear and tooth colored brackets and wires to adjust the alignment of the front teeth. Sometimes referred to as the “social six,” these are the teeth most visible within your smile. By concentrating the alignment plan on just these teeth, patients are able to quickly and comfortably achieve a flawless smile they’ll be proud to share.


How Does Six Month Smiles Work?

Woman with Six Month Smiles BracesSix Months Smiles works in much the same way as traditional braces. Clear or ceramic brackets are attached to the front surfaces of the teeth that are visible within the smile. Then, a wire runs through these brackets. We can adjust the pressure on specific teeth using the wire, and the constant pressure moves teeth into the ideal alignment over the course of several months.

Questions to Ask During Your Consultation

Man with Six Month Smiles bracesAt your Six Month Smiles consultation with our team and trusted adult orthodontics provider, you should keep a few questions in mind. Don’t forget to ask: