Invisalign Teen® uses a custom-made series of clear, comfortable aligners that you wear over your teeth. You simply pop in a new set of aligners every two weeks. Your teeth gradually and gently shift into place.

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Invisalign Teen® aligners are made of a smooth, clear plastic that is virtually invisible! Your friends probably won’t even know you’re wearing them. Instead of hiding behind a mouth of metal, you’ll enjoy the confidence of showing that smile every day. And that can make for a better social life overall.

Your aligners are made of smooth, high-tech plastic, custom-made to fit comfortably over your teeth.


Aligners are completely removable so you can eat with freedom

With Invisalign Teen, the aligners are completely removable, allowing you to continue enjoying your favorite foods. This also means you can easily keep brushing and flossing as you normally would for proper oral hygiene.

Effective treatment

We understand that every teen is unique when it comes to his or her orthodontic condition. That’s why Invisalign Teen® has been designed specifically to work across the most common teeth-straightening issues teens can face from mild to severe cases.


The cost

Invisalign Teen is covered by many major dental insurance policies. And many orthodontists offer finance plans as well, avoiding the need for any lump-sum payment. Of course, as a parent, the real question is whether you can really put a price on being able to see your teen live without the restrictions and disruption of metal wires and brackets.



Since the Invisalign aligners are removable, a common concern for parents is “How will I know if my teen is actually wearing their aligners as often as they should?” Rest assured, your certified orthodontist can easily verify this because Invisalign Teen has blue indicators on each aligner that fade over time when worn as directed. We also know that accidents can happen, so you can get up to 6 replacement aligners free should your teen lose one, or six for that matter.


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