Award Winning Short Term Orthodontic Treatment for Dentists
#1 Preferred Post-graduate Orthodontic Institute
(Two Day Hands On Course)
The Six Month Smiles Two Day Hands-On Course de-mystifies orthodontics, equipping General Dentists with the skills and knowledge needed to start treating adults with crooked teeth. Combining research, thousands of cases treated and practical hands-on instruction, the course allows GPs to successfully implement the Six Month Smiles System in their practice.
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2010, 2011, 2012
#1 Preferred Orthodontic Brackets
Six Month Smiles Lucid-Lok orthodontic brackets are revolutionizing ortho for GPs. These unique clear brackets are specifically designed with the Swain prescription and allow dentists to obtain short-term orthodontic treatment goals with precision and efficiency. Their uniquely clear translucency blends seamlessly with surrounding tooth structure… and patients love that!
2010, 2011, 2012
#1 Preferred Orthodontic Arch Wires
(Lucid-Lok® Arch Wires)
Six Month Smiles Lucid-Lok® wires are tooth-colored, shape memory wires that are highly active and provide consistent force levels to gently straighten and align teeth. The unique archform of Lucid-Lok® wires provides for broad but appropriate arches and minimizes the need for IPR in short-term orthodontic treatment cases.
#1 Short Term Orthodontic System Laboratory
The Six Month Smiles Case Processing Facility fabricates customized indirect bonding trays and retention devices. The highly skilled bracket specialists are experts in creating customized bonding trays to ensure quick, predictable, and precise placement of the brackets. The bracket specialists are trained and understand the principles of short-term orthodontics.
Six Month Smiles
35 Main St. Scottsville, NY 14546
Toll Free 866.957.7645
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