Invisalign Teen®

Nearly Invisible Treatment That Won’t Change Your Lifestyle

Most orthodontic problems are ideally treated during this time. Usually, all or most permanent teeth are erupted and patients are at one of their most active phases of growth. This is a great time to correct most problems, as the jaws are actively growing and their growth can be easily modified during this time. In order to minimize patient involvement during the treatment process, we work very hard to maximize ideal treatment goals with our adolescent patients.

Adolescence is the time of our lives when other people’s opinions about us and how we look are of prime importance. Self-esteem and assurance are critical in how we develop into adulthood. Having straight teeth and a beautiful smile increases our confidence and how others perceive us.

Does My Child Need Braces?

Now teens don’t have to worry about embarrassing metal braces in their yearbook photos or Facebook profiles – introducing Invisalign® Teen! Invisalign® Teen is the clear way to straighten teeth without metal braces, using aligners. Aligners are removable and virtually invisible, which means you can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing. You can still eat and drink what you want. Also, you can brush and floss normally to maintain healthy gums and teeth and there are no wires, metal or brackets to cause mouth abrasions.

What is Invisalign Teen®?

  • A clear way to straighten your teeth without braces
  • Series of clear, removable, custom-made aligners
  • Uses no metal wires or brackets
  • Custom-made for comfort

How does Invisalign Teen® work?

  • Wear each set of aligners for about a week
  • Remove only to eat, drink, brush and floss
  • Your teeth will move gradually each week
  • Visit us every 8-10 weeks
  • Total treatment time averages 6-15 months
  • The average number of aligners is between 18 and 30

What conditions does Invisalign Teen® treat?

By using its advanced technology, Invisalign Teen® can treat a broad range of dental and orthodontic conditions, which in the past, were usually treated with traditional braces. These conditions include:

  • Overly crowded teeth
  • Widely spaced teeth
  • Crossbite
  • Overbite
  • Underbite

Are you ready for a consultation?

Your treatment will be performed by a specialist orthodontist. Schedule your complimentary
consultation now!