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DESIGNED FOR TEENS!
Dr. Kurtz, a Premier Preferred Invisalign® Provider, is offering an exciting product the new Invisalign Teen™ System. It works – one million patients worldwide have made Invisalign their clear choice.
Give your Teens the Gift of a Healthy Smile
The Advantages of Invisalign Teen™ Aligners
- Hygenic: Invisalign Teen™ is Removable. Unlike braces, they can be removed for eating, brushing, and flossing thus allowing for better oral hygiene.
- Positive Self Esteem: Invisalign Teen™ is Clear. You do not have to be self conscious about metal braces in your mouth. You can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing. Go ahead and SMILE.
- Comfortable: With Invisalign Teen™ there are no metal brackets or wires as with braces to cause mouth irritation, and no metal or wires means you spend less time in the doctor’s chair getting adjustments.
- Snap on your teeth easily.
- Allow for your growing permanent teeth.
- Gently and continuously move your teeth in small increments.
- Are worn for about two weeks. Then you change them for a new pair.
- Have a Blue Dot Wear Indicator, designed to show an estimation of wear-time. The dot is designed to fade to clear over a two-week period if you wear (20 to 22 hours everyday) your aligners properly.
- Are replaceable if lost. You receive up to six free individual aligners.
Common Problems that Invisalign® Addresses
When teeth are too tight together they can become crooked and cause discomfort, difficulty cleaning and lead to other dental problems.
Gaps between teeth are generally undesirable cosmetically, but are also a dental concern for increasing the chance of tooth decay.
When lower and upper teeth are not aligned properly it can cause difficulty chewing and lead to jaw and other dental problems.
Aside from generally being a cosmetic concern, overbites can also cause eating problems and dental issues.
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011