What is a Damon Smile?

A smile is more than just straight teeth.

Unlike conventional braces, the Damon System uses gentle forces designed to protect the health of your teeth and gums while in treatment. The Damon System achieves a smile that is more than straight teeth—it provides a beautiful, natural smile.

Studies have shown that a fuller smile, with a wider arch, is more attractive.¹ Having the teeth upright and aligned into a smile “arc” can also add to a smile’s appeal.

We call this a Damon Smile.

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What Patients Are Saying

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Doctor Testimonials

You deserve a healthy smile that lasts a lifetime

Dr. Stuart Frost

More Beautiful Smiles

“I witness on a daily basis how the Damon System helps me create the most amazing smiles—and it transforms patients' lives when we hand them the mirror and they look at their beautiful smile. It is truly spectacular.”

Dr. Stuart Frost, Mesa, Arizona

Dr. Todd Bovenizer

Faster Treatment*

“For you as a patient, hopefully you’ll be able to experience—better comfort, quicker treatment time, and faster tooth movement with this very delicate system.”

Dr. Todd Bovenizer, Cary, North Carolina

Actual Patients

Actual patients wearing Damon Clear.

The Damon Clear Option

The Damon System is available in both metal and clear brackets. With Damon Clear, people may not even realize you're wearing braces.

Unlike other clear braces with visible metal parts or elastic ties that can yellow during treatment, Damon Clear braces are virtually invisible. Damon Clear braces are resistant to staining and do not use elastic ties, providing a superior aesthetic solution for patients.

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Still wondering if braces are right for you?

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¹ Moore, Theodore et al. Buccal Corridor and Smile Esthetics. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. Vol 127, Number 2. Feb. 2005.
*vs. traditional braces
The opinions expressed are those of the patients and doctors themselves. Consumers should seek the advice of an orthodontist. Individual results may vary.
Teeth images have not been altered. Clinical images courtesy of Dr. Stuart Frost.