Many teens feel self-conscious about their braces. Why should you have to suffer while you’re waiting for the perfect smile? We like to think that you don’t have to, which is why we are proud to offer Invisalign Teen® to our younger clients. What could this treatment option offer you?
Invisalign Teen® – What is it?
Invisalign® and Invisalign Teen® are clear alternatives to traditional metal braces. The clear plastic aligners are almost invisible, meaning users will never feel self-conscious about their smile. Users will progress through several sets of aligners, each one designed to gradually correct the alignment of your teeth.
Invisalign Teen® was developed with the unique needs of teenagers in mind. A teen’s jaw structure is still developing, meaning that dentists need to do more than correct the alignment of the teeth: They must also correct for the constantly changing structure of the jawline. Invisalign Teen® allows for this growth and ensures that users will have a smile they can be proud of as soon as possible.
Benefits of Invisalign Teen®
- The clear plastic trays used in Invisalign Teen® are virtually invisible, so peers and schoolmates won’t even know that you’re wearing them. You’ll never feel embarrassed about your smile while you’re wearing Invisalign Teen®.
- No food restrictions. You’ve probably heard your friends say that they can’t eat some of their favorite foods because of their braces. You’ll never have this problem with Invisalign Teen®. Your aligners are fully removable, so you’ll never have to say no to a delicious meal or snack.
- Live your life the way you want to. Braces are relatively fragile, and many users must stop their favorite sports or other activities because of the danger of injury. Users of Invisalign Teen® won’t have to avoid any activities. Basketball, swimming, band … if you can name it, you can do it! Invisalign Teen® lets you live the life you love every day.
Invisalign Teen® – The best path to a great smile!
For most patients, Invisalign Teen® is a clear winner. If you’d like to know more about this and other treatment options, be sure to ask your dentist during your next visit.