Invisalign® for Kids

Chances are, you have heard of Invisalign®, the clear aligner system for adults. But did you also know there is a version for kids as well? At A Kids Dentist, we offer Invisalign® First in Huntington Beach, California. This is a great orthodontic option for older kids who participate in sports or extracurricular activities, or who want to maintain that certain “look” with their friends. If you would like to know more, call A Kids Dentist at 714-379-7755 for an appointment with our orthodontist.

The Invisalign® First system is an early orthodontic treatment designed to help prevent dental problems and improve your child’s smile at a younger age. It is a “Phase One” treatment, meaning that it is intended to intercept and treat developing problems at the earliest possible stage.

Invisalign First aligners provide an excellent treatment for achieving Phase One results, treating everything from simple issues to more complex problems, including crowded teeth, spaced teeth and narrow dental arches. It is also designed to help your child maintain good oral hygiene, using removable clear aligners that let your child brush and floss their teeth normally. Best of all, Invisalign First aligners are designed with your child’s comfort in mind. The smooth plastic of the aligners helps them avoid the discomfort that can sometimes occur due to rubbing brackets and poking wires. Invisalign First treatment delivers predictable results that address your child’s unique oral health needs and will help them have a positive orthodontic experience.

When your child receives their initial orthodontic screening at age 7, our orthodontist will be able to tell if Invisalign First clear aligners are a good option for their health and smile.

Contact our office today to learn more about Invisalign First treatment and schedule your child’s appointment with our experienced orthodontist.

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