Teen Invisalign Explained By Our Tinley Park Invisalign Dentists

by Dr. Zaibak | Date Published: 2016-08-02

Our dental team has found that young dental patients love Invisalign treatment, because this treatment offers a number of benefits over traditional metal braces. In this article our Tinley Park cosmetic dentists are reviewing some of the key reasons that teens prefer Invisalign to metal braces. As you will see, Invisalign really does make it easy to perfect your smile!

1. Attractive option

The main thing that sets Invisalign apart from metal braces is that Invisalign moves teeth using clear plastic aligners, rather than metal brackets and wires. When your aligner is in place over your teeth it will be practically invisible. You can improve your smile discreetly!

2. Fits into your daily routine

Many teens report that metal brackets and wires make it difficult for them to play musical instruments, or to wear the necessary protective mouth gear to play contact/extreme sports. Invisalign allows you to keep up with your regular routine and activities.

3. Simple oral hygiene

Throughout the Invisalign process you will find that it is very simple to keep your smile clean and fresh. Because Invisalign aligners are totally removable, you can keep brushing and flossing your smile just like you do right now. Our dental team will also be able to easily complete your semi-annual professional cleanings to keep tartar to a minimum. Our dental team will talk to you about any additional oral hygiene steps you should take during the treatment process.

4. Increased comfort

Metal brackets and wires are prone to cutting and irritating oral tissues. Plastic Invisalign aligners, on the other hand, are smooth, so that the patient’s inner cheeks can glide over the surface of the aligner.

If you or your teen want to learn more about how Invisalign treatment works, our San Francisco Invisalign dentists are here to give you all of the information that you need. Give us a call to get started!

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