Clear Braces in Melbourne - Six Month Smiles
What is Six Month Smiles?
Six Month Smiles is a cosmetic orthodontic solution that uses custom made clear braces to focus on straightening your teeth that show when you smile. This treatment can work in six months, although times may vary for each individual (some patients seeing results in four to nine months), making this a quick teeth straightening solution for many.
The time effective solution can address a number of cosmetic concerns, including:
- Wide gaps between teeth
- Rotated/crooked teeth
- Crowded teeth
For patients who don't want to commit to comprehensive orthodontic treatment, our six month braces solution serves as a great alternative and helps address any cosmetic concerns they may have around their smiles.
What are the benefits?
Our clear braces offers the benefits of:
How do I know if I qualify for Six Month Smiles?
- Shorter treatment time compared to comprehensive orthodontic treatments
- More subtle appearance (clear brackets, tooth coloured wires)
This cosmetically focused treatment is most suited to adults who want to address their crooked, spaced, misaligned or crowded teeth. To identify if Six Month Smiles is the best orthodontic solution for you, please arrange an appointment
with Dr Mark Peddey. As one of the few Australian dentists certified as a Six Month Smiles
provider, Dr Peddey will be able to assess whether or not this treatment will provide you maximum benefit and make recommendations accordingly.
What is the cost of Six Month Smiles?
This treatment varies from person to person. We recommend getting in touch
with our dentists in Mebourne to discuss pricing.
Dental payment plans for clear braces:
Our dental practice now offers 18 months interest free* dental payment plans. Want to learn more about interest free*?
Got a Question?
The following people are not
considered suitable candidates for this treatment:
Please note that Six Month Smiles is not a substitute for comprehensive orthodontics.
- Children under 15 years of age
- Patients requiring correction of an overbite
- Anyone with active dental or periodontal disease with significant bone loss
- Patients needing facial profile changes