If the thought of wearing braces is all that is stopping you from getting the smile you’ve always wanted, we have great news for you. Invisalign® is a breakthrough in orthodontics that uses a series of clear, virtually undetectable tooth aligners to gradually move your teeth. This is done without metal wires and brackets. Aligners are removable and custom-made for your teeth through the combination of Dr. Davis’s expertise and the latest in three-dimensional computer technology. Invisalign® is the “braceless” way to straighten your teeth and improve your smile.
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 clear, 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.
Invisalign went to leading orthodontists, parents and teens themselves to custom-design a system just right for the dental and orthodontic needs of teenagers. With blue-to-clear color-changing aligners to show how long each aligner has been worn, and other changes designed to accommodate growing mouths, Invisalign Teen is the perfect teeth-straightening system for today’s teens’ busy lifestyles!
What is Invisalign Teen?
- 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 two weeks.
- Remove only to eat, drink, brush and floss.
- Your teeth will move gradually each week.
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