Does Your Teen Need Braces? Invisalign Is the Perfect Alternative To Metal Braces! #ad #INVStraightTalk

This is an embarrassingly true story. My teeth were pretty straight until I reached high school and some of my front teeth were pushing too closely against each other. I was so upset when, going to the orthodontist, I was told about my need for braces. I was 16 years old and getting braces for the first time. The metal pieces were not only uncomfortable, but embarrassing for a teen just trying to fit in. I had braces for three long years, including a year of college. Fortunately for teens, Invisalign Teen is an amazing alternative to ugly metal braces now.

What is Invisalign? This is a modern approach to teeth straightening which can correct complex dental issues just like I had. These include overly crowded teeth, widely spaced teeth, overbite, underbite and crossbite! My teeth were overly crowded on top, so this would have been a great alternative for me. Check out the results others have seen from the Invisalign treatment.

Why Invisalign? Well, besides the obvious being they are much less visible than traditional braces, they roughly cost about the same amount. Plus, Invisalign treatment usually requires less office visits and shorter visits. In addition, you don't have to worry about broken braces that require special appointments and, quite honestly, just plain hurt your mouth. I can think of many other reasons I experienced, too, including getting food stuck in teeth and looking much too young for your age. I was often mistaken for being a middle school student.... in college!

To find out if Invisalign is right for you or your teen, check out the Invisalign Smile Assessment. This will give you more information about the process so you can decide if this is the right choice. I've heard great things about Invisalign. Just look at the photo above at the amazing results.

Do you know someone who needs braces? They may want to consider Invisalign. I know if my boys need braces when they get older, this will be my first choice!

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


Robin Wilson said...

Those pics are absolutely unbelievable. I have to admit I wondered how in the world those could work, but now I see that they do and without all the ugly hardware with metal braces. I sure wish that my son and I (yep wore braces when I was 45!) had been able to wear Invisalign!

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