Monday, November 1, 2010
Invisalign - For Todays Teen
You know how when you were younger and you had braces? The metal, the wire, the rubber bands! How hard it was to clean your teeth. Well today there is an alternative. It's Invisalign .
Invisalign is a clear alternative to braces.
We know our teens want to look nice and want to have a winning smile, and wouldn't it be nice if we could give it to them, without all the "heavy metal".
There is a wonderful way to give your child that great looking smile without attracting negative attention. Invisalign.
This product was developed by Align Technology Inc. It is a clear plastic aligner developed by orthodontists with an
understanding of the active lifestyles our teens live.
This product combines the benefits of proven invisalign full system with new features like Blue compliance indicators that are designed to gradually fade as the aligner is worn.
Your teen will want this because it will fit into their active lifestyles. Plus they are comfortable and durable. They are easy for teens to use while playing sports and all their favorite activities.
They are also inconspicuous making it easier for them to "fit in" instead of being noticed because they have braces.
Parents like invisalign because it straightens their childs teeth and is FDA cleared, developed by orthodontists in straightening teeth, Parents also like invisalign because their teen can remove this treatment to brush, floss and maintain normal oral hygiene.
And best of all it's affordable, and also coverered by most insurance companies.
Your Teen uses a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth, without metal or wires. Compared to what I used when I was a teen. This is a wonderful new orthodontic treatment. Your child will wear each aligner for about 2 weeks which will gradually move their teeth to their final position.
Invisalign is not a retainer or a teeth whitening system , they are clear braces, gradually straightening teeth without metal or wires.
Also the total treatment time with Invisalign averages between 9 and 15 months, and the number of aligners worn during treatment is between 18 and 30.
Invisalign is also great for correcting teeth that are overly crowded, widely spaced, or if you have a crossbite, overbite or underbite.
If you're thinking about braces for your teen, talk to your orthodontist about Invisalign, a great alternative.
You can take The Invisalign Teen Make Me Smile Challenge by going here: Make Me Smile Challenge
Also you can View the Official Rules here: Official Rules
Go to Invisalign Teen website by following this link: Invisalign Teen Website
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