Invisalign for Teens
Invisalign Teen lets teenagers straighten their teeth without having to wear metal braces! The teeth-straightening system is made of clear, removable aligners that should be worn every day. The cool thing about Invisalign Teen is that your teenager can remove their aligners to eat and drink, and they can floss and brush normally. No more brushing around brackets and stringing floss between wires. The aligners are custom-made to comfortably fit each patient’s mouth and straighten their teeth gradually.
Invisalign Teen is just like Invisalign for adults but with a few additional features designed especially for teens. When Invisalign started creating an option for teens, they listened to the needs of teenagers and the concerns of their parents and orthodontists. Teen Invisalign has a blue-to-clear color-changing dot on each aligner that shows how long it has been worn. Parents can make sure their child is wearing their Invisalign every day and teens know they have to wear the aligners.
With Invisalign Teen, each patient gets six free replacement aligners. We all know that most teenagers break and lose things, so we made it more affordable for them to lose their aligners. Come to Hansen Orthodontics to get your Invisalign Teen in Las Vegas! Schedule a free consultation with us today.
What is Invisalign Teen Treatment Like?
- Teeth will move gradually
- Aligners can be removed for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing
- You will visit the orthodontist every 8–10 weeks
- Each aligner will be worn for 2 weeks
- Your treatment will last for about 6–15 months
- Most teens wear between 18 and 30 aligners
What can Invisalign Teen treat?
Invisalign Teen can treat most conditions that traditional metal braces can fix. Extreme malocclusions and bite issues may require metal braces, though. Ask your orthodontist what they recommend! Invisalign Teen can fix:
- Crowded teeth
- Spaced-out teeth
If you think Invisalign Teen might be right for your teenager, then give us a call today! You can come in for a free consultation to evaluate what treatment options will work for them.