Invisalign First

Invisalign First is the first clear aligner treatment designed for growing, little smiles. It is ideal to use for patients who may require early interventive treatment as their Phase 1 treatment option. Invisalign first is designed to:

  • Treat a range of issues in growing smiles from the simple to the complex – including issues with spacing, crowding and even narrow dental arches
  • Be removed to allow children to brush and floss easily
  • Be comfortable – smooth plastic aligners means no irritation to the inside of the mouth.

Is your child an ideal candidate for Invisalign First?

Your child’s smile is going to grow as he or she does, but for some children, this requires a bit of intervention from an orthodontist.

Children should visit an orthodontist for the first time around the age of 7 – this is the ideal time for the orthodontist to see how the smile is taking shape and determine if treatment may be needed to address a developing problem. For children who require early interventive treatment, the first stage can be the most beneficial if started between the ages of 6 and 10.

Invisalign First is the clear aligner therapy designed specifically for younger smiles. It provides predictable results while addressing the unique needs that younger children may have.

If you’re ready to learn more about how your child can benefit from Invisalign First, schedule your child’s consultation today by calling us at 508-347-7540.

FAQ

Is Invisalign right for my kids?

The best way to know if Invisalign is the right choice for your kids is to take them for a consultation with their trusted orthodontist in Sturbridge, who offers Invisalign treatment for kids.

How does Invisalign work for kids?

Invisalign for kids often works better than it does for adults because children are adaptable. However, they will work by moving your child’s teeth over time by applying slight pressure to their teeth.

How much does Invisalign cost for kids?

You can expect to pay anywhere between $3,500 and $8,000 for Sturbridge Invisalign for kids. The lower end usually fits cases where your child only needs minor corrections that the aligners can correct quickly. Complex cases where your child’s bite needs to be fixed can run higher.

Will Invisalign be painful for them?

No, Invisalign is not painful. There might be slight discomfort at the beginning but nothing more.

Can my child eat and drink with the aligners?

During Sturbridge Invisalign treatment for kids, your child will need to remove their aligners for eating and drinking. After all, that is one of the main benefits of using Invisalign