Orthodontic Treatments

Clear Braces for Adults

Not everyone is happy with their smile or how their teeth look. This can have a major impact on a person’s confidence when it comes to interacting and socialising with others. Six month smile treatments can be a solution to having straighter teeth without having to wear the traditional unsightly metal braces. This is often a favourable option for adults who have professional careers and don’t feel comfortable wearing unsightly ‘train track’ braces for months on end. The technology behind invisible orthodontics is highly advanced and often gives patients a much shorter treatment time, depending on their individual cases. Here is an overview of how this work:

  • They straighten teeth discreetly, and some can even be removed periodically, making them easier to fit around your hectic lifestyle.
  • They straighten teeth much more quickly than traditional braces, starting from as little as six months.
  • They are more comfortable than traditional braces because they use less force and modern wire technology.

Life benefits

  • Straighter teeth are healthier teeth.
  • Having an attractive smile will have a positive effect on your confidence.
  • Invisible braces are a long-term investment in your oral health.

Meet our certified Six Month Smiles experts:

Dr Michael Long BDS

Principal Dental Surgeon, Practice Owner GDC No. 69561

Dr Clive Kirkpatrick BDS

Associate Dental Surgeon
GDC No. 151745

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Brushing and flossing regularly with special tools, avoiding certain foods, and attending regular appointments are crucial to maintain oral health.

Sticky, hard, or chewy foods can damage braces. Talk to your dentist for specific recommendations.

No! Adults of any age can benefit from braces. In fact, adult orthodontics is becoming increasingly popular.

Contact your dentist promptly for repair. Don’t try to fix it yourself.

 Yes, if you opt for traditional metal braces, you can choose from a variety of colours for the bands that hold the wires in place.

Yes, braces can still be an option if you have missing teeth. Your orthodontist will develop a treatment plan that may include braces, dental implants, or other solutions.