Crooked, misaligned teeth can greatly affect a patient's appearance, as well as their self-esteem. Not everyone has a naturally straight smile, but that does not mean that it is not attainable. Instead of using traditional orthodontic methods to straighten teeth, Dr. Levenson uses 6 Month Smile braces. Worcester residents can enjoy the benefits of a fast and easy approach to a straighter, more beautiful smile!
Dr. Levenson of Levenson Smile is one of the few dentists in the state of Massachusetts that is professionally trained in providing Six Month Smiles. They are similar to traditional orthodontic metal bracket and wire braces in the respect that they use brackets and wires to straighten teeth; however, they are tooth-colored so that they blend in perfectly with the patient's smile. When patients are considering orthodontics, they are often turned off by the idea of having metal over their teeth. This alternative allows the condition to be addressed while preserving the beautiful smile. It is a great way for teenagers and adults in social careers and jobs to maintain their look during treatment.
Six Month Smile braces work faster than traditional braces because they address the teeth that are visible near the front of the mouth. Traditional braces are used to realign bites and address other, more severe cases of malocclusion. The best candidates for Six Month Smile braces are those who need minor to moderate readjustments, and those that are happy with the alignment of their bite. When just the front teeth are addressed with orthodontics, the readjustments can be made much faster and more efficiently.
If you are a Worcester area patient who is 16 or older and are considering Six Month Smiles braces, call Levenson Smile today to schedule a consultation appointment and learn more about this amazing way to straighten teeth without traditional braces. You may find that this is a more affordable, faster alternative to metal bracket and wire braces, which can take months, even years to address minor to moderate misalignment issues.