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Minimal Tooth Movement and Your Smile

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Minimal Tooth Movement Procedure – Small Corrections For Your Smile

MTM®, or Minimal Tooth Movement can help you overcome your shyness because of your less than perfect smile, and if your rotating front teeth are keeping you from social activities, it’s time to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jack Ringer.

Dr. Ringer is an expert when it comes to Smile Design, and if your smile just needs a little tune-up, Minimal Tooth Movement could be the answer.

Is MTM® Right for Me?

Rotating or tipping teeth or teeth that have a small space in between can be helped with the clear plastic series of Minimal Tooth Movement aligners, and best of all, you don’t have to wait two years to see results.

If you have slight smile imperfections call or click and schedule a no obligation Minimal Tooth Movement consultation with Dr. Ringer. Dr. Ringer is the past president and an accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and can determine what procedures would be best for you.

In some cases, Minimal Tooth Movement may not be the best procedure, especially if you require more than 6mm movement. Limited Orthodontic Treatments are both cost and time effective. With the MTM® system, you swap out your aligners every two weeks or so only seeing your dentist once every four to six weeks to make sure that everything is going according to plan.


Comfort-With the Minimal Tooth Movement system you don’t have to worry about old school wires and brackets. Not only are they not the most attractive accessory, but they can also be painful, especially if need to have them tightened. MTM® is the comfortable way to straighter teeth, as there is no pressure.

Time-Because you are only making minor movements to your smile you will not have to wear your appliances 24 hours seven days a week. MTM® is worn between 20 and 22 hours each day only to be removed for eating, brushing, and flossing.

Oral Health-It’s literally impossible to brush under wires and brackets. Because you remove your aligners when you brush and floss, you can get to the food particles and plaque that would normally sit under your braces making you more susceptible to gum disease and tooth decay.

If having a straighter smile has been on your mind, call or click and schedule a smile makeover appointment for Minimal Tooth Movement with Dr. Jack Ringer from Dental Cosmetics today.

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