Can My Teen Get Invisalign?November 30, 2021 3:31 pm
Is your teenager feeling self-conscious about gaps in their smile or crooked teeth? Our smiles are often linked with first impressions and we want your teen to be able to put their best smile forward. Keep reading to learn about clear aligner therapy and how it can transform your teen’s smile and their self-confidence!
Your Teen Can Straighten Their Teeth with Confidence
Now that they are in their teenage years, your child probably isn’t too thrilled about the thought of getting bulky metal braces. We completely understand! Now, thanks to advancements in orthodontics, they can discreetly straighten their smile with Invisalign® clear aligner therapy! There’s no need to spend years with noticeable brackets and wires.
What Is Invisalign Clear Aligner Therapy?
Invisalign is a nearly invisible orthodontic treatment that uses clear, plastic aligners to straighten teeth. The aligners are worn for two weeks at a time before they’re switched out for the next set in the series. No painful wire adjustments or scratches on the inside of the cheek like traditional braces. Invisalign’s aligners are comfortable and smooth!
Benefits of Invisalign
Invisalign offers a wide array of benefits for patients of all ages! Here’s how this state-of-the-art orthodontic treatment can benefit your teen:
- Boosted Confidence
- Clear & Removable Trays
- Easy to Eat Food & Brush Teeth
- Smooth Plastic Material Won’t Irritate Mouth
Schedule an Invisalign Consultation for Your Teen!
Is your teen ready to achieve their dream smile? At Tots to Teens Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics, we proudly offer advanced Invisalign treatment for our responsible teenage patients. Our team will help walk your teen through the Invisalign process and answer any questions they may have. Our goal is for them to have a smooth, stress-free orthodontic treatment with beautiful, long-lasting results. Please contact our San Antonio office to schedule their Invisalign consultation today!
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