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To Align Kid Teeth

Invisalign First

A smooth, comfortable plastic material to gradually guide teeth into their proper positions.

What Is Invisalign First?

Invisalign First is specialized orthodontic treatment tailored for children aged 6 to 10 with developing teeth and jaws. Utilizing clear aligners, it gradually shifts teeth into alignment. Custom-made for each child, these transparent aligners are worn for 20 to 22 hours daily and changed every two weeks. Invisalign First targets common childhood orthodontic issues like overcrowding and crossbites, aiming to establish a healthy foundation for permanent teeth growth, thus enhancing oral health and potentially minimizing future orthodontic interventions.

Benefits of Invisalign First

Early Intervention:Invisalign First addresses orthodontic issues in developing teeth and jaws, allowing for early intervention and correction of potential problems.

Comfortable and Convenient: The clear aligners are smooth and comfortable to wear, with no wires or brackets to cause irritation. They can be easily removed for eating, brushing, and special occasions.

Improved Confidence: Invisalign First allows kids to straighten their teeth discreetly, without the self-consciousness often associated with traditional braces, boosting their confidence and self-esteem.

Maintains Oral Hygiene: Since the aligners are removable, kids can maintain their regular oral hygiene routine without the challenges of cleaning around brackets and wires.

Supports Healthy Development: Invisalign First promotes healthy dental development by addressing issues such as crowded teeth, gaps, and bite alignment early on, potentially reducing the need for more extensive treatments later in life.

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    Aftercare and Maintenance: for Invisalign First

    Wear Aligners as Instructed: Ensure your child wears their aligners for 20 to 22 hours per day as directed by our orthodontist to achieve optimal results

    Maintain Oral Hygiene: Encourage your child to brush their teeth after meals and before reinserting their aligners to prevent plaque buildup and maintain oral hygiene.

    Clean Aligners Regularly: Instruct your child to clean their aligners daily using a soft toothbrush and mild soap or Invisalign cleaning crystals to prevent bacteria buildup and keep them clear and odor-free.

    Monitor Aligner Fit: Regularly check your child’s aligners for proper fit and contact our office if they notice any discomfort or changes in fit.

    Avoid Staining Foods and Drinks: Advise your child to avoid consuming dark-colored or sugary foods and drinks while wearing aligners to prevent staining and maintain their clear appearance.

    How Does Invisalign First Work?

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Invisalign First is a specialized orthodontic treatment designed for children between the ages of 6 and 10 with developing teeth and jaws. It utilizes clear aligners to gradually shift teeth into proper alignment.

    While some discomfort may be experienced initially as the teeth adjust to the aligners, Invisalign First treatment is generally less painful than traditional braces. Any discomfort is typically mild and temporary.

    The duration of treatment varies depending on the complexity of your child's orthodontic issues. On average, treatment with Invisalign First can take 6 to 18 months.

    For optimal results, your child should wear their Invisalign aligners for 20 to 22 hours per day, removing them only for eating, drinking (except water), brushing, and flossing.

    Aligners are typically changed every two weeks to keep up with the gradual movement of the teeth. Your child will receive a new set of aligners at each stage of their treatment.

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