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Is Six Month Smiles For You? [quiz]

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Many older teens and adults would like a straighter smile but have avoided traditional metal braces because they don’t want to wear metal and wires for a year or more. Does that describe you?

 

If so, you should be aware that more modern orthodontics could be a great option for you! At our Huntsville AL dentist office, we offer both Six Month Smiles and Invisalign. Both orthodontic treatments are much more discreet than traditional metal braces and straighten your teeth in shorter time frames, as well.

 

The quickest way to get a straighter smile is with Six Month Smiles. As you can guess from the name, the average treatment time is just six months! (Some treatments may take a couple months longer, some a little shorter.)

 

Our Dr. Jennifer Perkins can consult with you to determine if you’re a good candidate for Six Month Smiles. In the meantime, you can take this quiz to get a better idea.

To book an appointment at Jennifer Perkins, DDS, call 256-801-0002 or use our online form.


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