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Growing up I had a slight overbite and it seemed like everyone had braces, everyone but me. I used to tell my best friend that she was lucky to have braces – that was until I saw pieces of food stuck between the metal brackets.
she had become a little self-conscious and there were moments I became embarrassed for her.
Invisalign for adults and teens are new alternatives to braces for roughly the same cost, but here’s the thing, there are no wires or brackets required!
Find out more information on cost and insurance coverage here.
Invisalign works by using a series of virtually invisible and removable aligners that gradually move teeth over time. There are fewer office visits, shorter appointments and no “emergency” visits for broken or loose wires and brackets. Many patients notice improvement within 90 days. Visit this page for more details on How Invisalign Works.
Although the aligners should be worn 20-22 hours each day, a major benefit of Invisalign is the device is removable. You can brush and floss your teeth normally, not to mention eat whatever foods you enjoy.
Take the Invisalign Smile Assessment to find out if Invisalign is the right choice for you or your child.
I recently asked my 15 year old daughter if she would have rather had Invisalign Teen and what was the worst thing about having traditional braces. I must admit, I wasn’t completely surprised by her response: