Invisalign Teen is one of the most dependable advancements in orthodontic technology. Rather than using metal bands, brackets, or wires, Invisalign uses a system of aligners to transform your teen’s smile gradually. These lightweight aligner sets let patients enjoy a much more comfortable treatment.
During treatment, your teen will need to wear their aligner set for 20-22 hours a day to get the best results from Invisalign Teen. After 7-10 days of wear, they will need to replace their aligner with the next one in the set.
As an Invisalign Diamond practice, Risinger Orthodontics is among the top 1% of orthodontists offering Invisalign Teen. We have over 52 years of experience helping people achieve radiant smiles across Central Connecticut.
It’s always the right time to consider braces. Get started by scheduling an in-office consultation for your teen now.
Before we can recommend your child for Invisalign, you will need to schedule a complimentary smile consultation. We offer the ability to complete this step online or in-person. We will look at their teeth and investigate the underlying causes for their misalignment.
During your in-person consultation, we will use our high-tech diagnostic equipment and digital x-rays to pinpoint the source of your child’s alignment issues. This information helps us strategize and create a plan for their treatment.
If you opt for virtual consultation, all you need is your phone to send us five teeth selfies. We will use this information to create an estimate for your total treatment plan. Once we’ve finished looking at your results we will send you a written response, a video — or both — that includes detailed next steps.
Invisalign Teen lets your kid focus on getting the most out of their adolescence. It’s no secret that the middle school and high school years can be some of the most difficult times in a young person’s life.
These transparent aligners are practically unnoticeable and can be taken out at a moment’s notice. Your teen won’t have to worry about how their mouth looks during those key milestones like graduation, prom, or spur-of-the-moment selfies.