Invisalign:  The Most Advanced Clear Aligner System in the World

Invisalign® straightens your teeth using a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you. These aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. They gradually and gently shift your teeth into place. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten. You just pop in a new set of aligners approximately every two weeks, until your treatment is complete. You’ll achieve a great smile with little interference to your daily life.


Unbrace the Truth about Invisalign aligners vs. Braces

With school, peers and social media, teens today have added pressures when it comes to their appearance.  We wanted to better understand these struggles, so we commissioned a survey.  What was discovered may surprise you.  in fact, the results have provided undeniable evidence that metal braces contribute to low self-esteem in teens.

Truth #1: 92% of Teens

When it comes to wearing metal braces, an overwhelming 92% of teens feel that it would keep them from fitting in with their peers.  It turns out that standing out in a crowd isn’t always a good thing.

Truth #2: Boost in Self-esteem

Teens wearing Invisalign clear aligners are 2 times more likely to have a boost ins elf-esteem while in treatment than teens treated with metal braces.  It’s hard to show confidence with a mouth full of metal.

Truth #3: Just as Effective

as metal braces.  In the hands of a skilled orthodontist or dentist, the patented technology can effectively treat most common and complex teeth-straightening concerns.  Who knew you could see great results from something that’s virtually invisible!

Truth #4: Costs about the Same

as metal braces.  And just like braces, they’re included under most dental insurance policies.  Of course, the real value lies in being able to smile with confidence.

Truth #5: Less likely to be teased

Teens wearing Invisalign clear aligners are 68% less likely to be teased than those wearing metal braces.  Being a teen is already touch enough without drawing unwanted attention.  Since Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, bullies can’t tease what they can’t see.

Truth #6: Teens are more Reliable

Orthodontists tell us that teens are more reliable in wearing the aligners than adults are!  On average, teens are wearing their aligners 21 hours per day, just as recommended.  Teens are taking responsibility for their smiles!

Truth #7: Negative Impact

40% of teens say wearing metal braces would have or has had a negative impact on their self-confidence.  Unlike metal, clear aligners don’t attract negative attention.

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