How safe is the Six Month Braces treatment for patients in the Miami, FL area?

At Miami Modern Dental, our staff is here to help patients learn about the options for treatment of malocclusion. While patients with misaligned teeth have had just one way to address the problem in the past, patients can now make choices based on their budget and specific concerns. Many patients ask about PowerProx Six Month Braces and whether this treatment is safe and appropriate for patients in the Miami, FL area.

How safe is Six Month Braces treatment for patients?

All treatments available at Miami Modern Dental with Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. are safe. We also want patients to know that when treated by our team, they are getting the utmost in care and attention. We offer comprehensive services to ensure that our patients enjoy their treatment and see the results they desire. With treatments such as Six Month Braces, patients can completely change the appearance of their smile in a relatively brief period – safely and effectively.

What is Six Month Braces?

Developed by a company called PowerProx, Six Month Braces offers patients a solution for misaligned teeth. This method can treat mild to moderate cases which include:
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Misaligned teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Poor bite alignment
With PowerProx Six Month Braces, patients can completely transform their smiles without the need for traditional means of treatment. Traditional orthodontics include metal brackets and wires, which can be unsightly and uncomfortable. While this method still uses brackets and wires, they work differently by providing lower forces yet noticeable results. Additionally, the brackets and wires are tooth-colored or clear to ensure they blend in with the smile and provide patients with a reason to smile throughout their treatment. Because of the way Six Month Braces work, patients will achieve results faster than they would with alternative treatment options.

Who is a candidate for Six Month Braces?

Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. encourage patients to come into Miami Modern Dental for an assessment to determine if they are candidates for this treatment. Most patients who have mild to moderate changes they need to make are great candidates for this type of treatment. Patients with more severe cases of malocclusion may still need to be referred to an orthodontic specialist who can provide services better suited for these individuals. We do work with many orthodontists in the area and can offer a referral for patients who need treatment outside of our range of services.

What can I expect with Six Month Braces?

Six Month Braces are a wonderful solution for many of our patients. They often ask about this solution in terms of how it can improve their smiles. Six Month Braces are placed onto the teeth using a special glue that holds the brackets onto the teeth. Then, a tooth-colored wire is inserted through the brackets. Over the course of time, with routine visits to the dentist, the teeth will shift into proper alignment. Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. are committed to helping patients in getting the results they desire with their service.

How much does Six Month Braces cost?

Most patients find that this treatment is comparable in cost with other orthodontic services, but can be provided by a professional patients already know and trust. Our team of professionals can assess the smile and give patients an accurate quote for services following a consultation visit.

Schedule a visit today with our team of professionals to discuss the benefits of Six Month Braces

We encourage patients to take the time to find out the advantages of using Six Month Braces to restore their smile’s alignment and improve their self-esteem. Contact the office today at 7155 West Flagler Street in Miami, FL by calling (786) 338-9228 and speaking with our staff of professionals. We want patients to know the options available to them in the world of orthodontics and consider the benefits of moving forward with this treatment versus traditional means of realignment for malocclusion.