We are a Certified Invisalign Teen Provider in Dallas & Plano, TX
Is your teen interested in straightening his or her teeth, but isn't thrilled with the idea of having to wear braces? Consider Invisalign Teen, the clear, removable orthodontic aligners that are easy to use and produce great results. With hundreds of successful Invisalign Teen cases completed, Dr. Bryan Elvebak is an orthodontist you can trust with your child's smile. Call our Plano or Dallas office today to schedule your child's intial Invisalign consultation!
What is Invisalign Teen?
Invisalign Teen uses a series of customized, removable, and comfortable aligners that are almost completely invisible, allowing your child to feel confident showing off their smile during treatment, as well as after. Invisalign Teen is made with 3D computer imaging technology and has been proven effective. Dr. Elvebak is a preferred provider for Invisalign and Invisalign Teen.
Why choose Invisalign Teen for your child?
- Convenience: Not only are the aligners invisible, they are removable, so your child can eat and drink what he or she wants while in treatment. This also makes brushing and flossing much easier than with traditional metal braces.
- Comfort: Invisalign Teen aligners are very comfortable, with no metal to cause mouth abrasions during treatment. There is also less discomfort after appointments, since there are no wires and brackets to tighten.
- Advanced Technology: Invisalign Teen uses advanced 3D imaging, which allows you to view your child's virtual treatment plan at the start of treatment, so you can see how your child's straight teeth will look when treatment is complete. Plus, there's no need for messy impressions!
How does Invisalign Teen work?
Your teen will wear each set of aligners for about two weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss. As each aligner is replaced with the next in the series, your child's teeth will move little by little, week by week, until they have straightened to the final position Dr. Elvebak has prescribed.
Your child will need to visit Dr. Elvebak once every six weeks to ensure that treatment is progressing as planned. While each case is unique, the total treatment time averages between nine and 15 months.