Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
I remember growing up, the dentist told my mom I would need braces. She disagreed and I never got them, but as an adult, I can see that there are issues with my teeth and I have been researching Invisalign braces.
1. Invisalign effectively treats a wide variety of orthodontic issues.
2. The cost of Invisalign is usually comparable to the cost of traditional metal bracket braces (and many dental insurance plans cover Invisalign the same way they would traditional braces).
3. You can ensure the Invisaligner is being worn by your teen by the blue dot indicator that gradually fades from wear. (Note, this is for Invisalign Teen, not adult.)
4. Because sometimes we all lose things, you can get up to six free replacement aligners with Invisalign Teen. (Note, this is for Invisalign Teen, not adult.)
5. The length of Invisalign treatment is comparable to traditional braces.
6. Just because your dentist or orthodontist recommends traditional braces, doesn’t mean that Invisalign is not an option. Not all dentists and orthodontists specialize in Invisalign. You can find an Invisalign provider in your area.
7. With Invisalign, you look better and feel more confident than with traditional braces. Invisalign’s clear aligners are removable and can straighten teeth without a mouth full of metal.
8. You (or your teen) can continue playing sports, instruments, and other extracurricular activities with little to no interference.
9. Because Invisalign aligners are removable, flushing and flossing is easy and there are no food restrictions to worry about.
While I am researching for myself, Invisalign is also great for your teen. So while you may not need braces, but your teen might – you can take the smile assessment to find out if Invisalign is right for you (or your teen).
Remember, The American Association of Orthodontics recommends taking kids for their first orthodontic check up no later than age 7. (Check out this infographic from Invisalign titled “The Smart Path to Straightening Your Kid’s Teeth”.)
Have you or someone you know used Invisaligh? If so, what was your/their experience?