Enjoy a Healthy, Positive Smile Today – Contact Smile Smile Dental!
Smile Smile Dental in Milton has been helping patients fix their smile for a number of years. With our cosmetic orthodontic treatment – which includes Invisalign, traditional braces or Six Months Smiles – you will receive the most appropriate treatment for your situation. Orthodontics was once very common among teenagers, but it is now becoming increasingly popular among adults as well.
See a complete list of our orthodontic services, below:
Our Invisalign treatment includes a series of removable aligners that sit firmly on your teeth. As they’re removable, you are free to eat and drink as you wish. It also makes it highly efficient in flossing and brushing those hard to reach areas of your mouth. Invisalign uses no wires, braces or brackets – it’s simply a comfortable, invisible and removable aligner. Learn more about our Invisalign treatments, today!
Metal braces are the most common type among patients. These braces are made from medical quality stainless steel and each bracket is attached to a tooth with a special adhesive. An arch wire is placed throughout the brackets and kept in place with tiny elastics. Learn more about our metal braces treatments >
Clear braces are visually less intrusive, they provide a more subtle appearance, and are a preferred option for adult and older teens. Our clear braces are also great for working professionals who meet new people and engage in many face-to-face interactions, such as client or business meetings. Learn more about our clear braces treatments >
Six Month Smiles
Six Month Smiles has taken the best aspects of braces and modified the treatment and the materials to give adults a common-sense, cosmetic solution that fits your lifestyle. With Six Months Smiles, the average treatment time is only six months. Learn more about our Six Month Smiles program >
Our patients are given retainers upon completion of their orthodontic treatment and removal of their braces. Despite the successful completion of an orthodontic treatment, a retainer is needed to hold the new position of the patient’s teeth. Learn more about how retainers work and function.