How Invisalign Helps Teens

Invisalign Teen works similarly to Invisalign Full treatment, where it uses clear aligners instead of brackets and wires. Designed with teens in mind, Invisalign Teen uses the same technologically advanced processes with additional features to accommodate your teen’s busy and active lifestyle. Our Beverly Hills Invisalign provider can help you decide if Invisalign is a good fit for your teen’s needs.

Benefits of Invisalign Teen include:
• Self-confidence
Most teens have no desire to spend their high school years being called “brace face” or “metal mouth.” Fortunately, with Invisalign, they won’t have to wear any metal. The clear aligners go on easily and are almost invisible, so your teeth can be as confident during treatment as your teen will be after treatment.

• Versatility
Invisalign can be used to treat most malocclusions, including crowding, spacing and bite problems.

• Compliance indicators
For the best results, your teen will need to wear his or her aligners about 20 to 22 hours a day. Invisalign Teen has special blue dots that remind your teeth to wear the aligners when he or she should change them on schedule.

• Replacement aligners
Aligners can easily get broken or lost, especially with teens. Your teen will get up to six free replacement aligners, so treatment does not have to be delayed or disrupted if one is lost.

• Eruption tabs
Growing jaws can make it hard to stay on track with treatment. Fortunately, Invisalign Teen comes complete with eruption tabs designed to accommodate your teen’s newly erupting teeth.

Call us today to learn more or to schedule your teen’s appointment with our expert in Invisalign Teen in Beverly Hills.

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