Life Smiles Dental Care is OPEN

Life Smiles Dental Care is OPEN to help you with your routine care. In response to the spread of COVID-19, to keep our communities safe we are taking numerous precautions. We are here to help you at Life Smiles Dental Care with all your dental needs. You may either call (602) 786-5484 or contact us through Virtual Consultation to book an appointment.

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New Patients: (602) 786-5484

Existing Patients: (602) 404-7266

4611 E Shea Blvd, Ste 250
Phoenix , AZ 85028 | Direction

6 Month Smiles gives you straight teeth in less time

Cosmetic Braces in Phoenix AZ Area

Do you find yourself hiding your smile because of crooked teeth? If you have always wanted straight teeth but have been hesitant to undergo traditional orthodontic treatment due to the time commitment and appearance of metal braces in your smile, then 6 Month Smiles might be the perfect solution for you. At Life Smiles Dental Care in Phoenix, Arizona, patients can take advantage of this revolutionary cosmetic teeth straightening option that is effective and discreet.  How 6 Month Smiles works 6 Month Smiles is a teeth straightening solution that is extremely efficient because it focuses on enhancing the appearance of the visible teeth in … Continue reading

Phoenix, AZ area dentist offers alternative orthodontic treatment for misaligned teeth: Six Month Smiles

At Life Smiles Dental Care, patients in the area of Phoenix, AZ can enjoy quality treatment, including orthodontic services.

At Life Smiles Dental Care, patients in the area of Phoenix, AZ can enjoy quality treatment, including orthodontic services. When patients want to address misaligned teeth, they have a variety of options available to them. Patients who visit with Drs. Paul Nielson and Timothy Schmidt will learn about the benefits of using alternative orthodontic treatments such as Six Month Smiles. Understanding Six Month Smiles When patients think of orthodontic treatment, their first thought goes to metal brackets and wires. In many cases, especially patients with severe misalignment, this is the best way to address malocclusion. However, when patients have mild … Continue reading