Invisalign teen orthodontic braces in York
Almost invisible braces at Blossom Dental Care & Implant Studio
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Invisalign Teen aligners are an exciting addition to the Invisalign family of virtually invisible braces. Designed specifically for teenagers’ mouths, they provide an aesthetic, more flexible way to give teens the confidence that comes with a great smile.
Unlike traditional fixed braces, Invisalign Teen aligners are comfortable, removable and nearly invisible. Teens can enjoy life without the restrictions, irritation and self-consciousness associated with metal brackets and wires. They can also brush and floss as normal, which could lead to better dental health in the future.
Each aligner also comes with a small blue dot indicator designed to show how much the aligner has been worn. This helps teenagers know if they are ready for their next set of aligners and shows parents whether or not the braces are being worn properly.
- Invisalign is virtually invisible and comfortable
- Aligners can be removed for eating and brushing
- The blue dot indicator shows that they are being worn as directed
- The average treatment time is 9 to 12 months*
- Free initial consultation
- 0% finance and payment options
*Results may vary
Why choose Blossom Dental Care & Implant Studio, York?
We are one of York’s leading Invisalign providers and are highly experienced in treating teenage patients with Invisalign. Your teen’s fully comprehensive treatment will be carried out by one expert from start to finish, supported by our dedicated treatment co-ordinator who will look after them throughout your exciting journey. Just as importantly, our transparent pricing gives you the peace of mind that everything is covered.
Orthodontics on the NHS
Orthodontics is a type of dental treatment that aims to improve the appearance, position and function of crooked or abnormally arranged teeth. Certain orthodontic treatments are available on the NHS for under 18s if they are considered clinically necessary.
There is a standard method for assessing whether orthodontic treatment is clinically necessary and available on the NHS. The NHS does not provide treatment for minor irregularities and you cannot mix NHS and private orthodontic treatment. In most cases, your child will be referred to an orthodontist by your dentist. However, demand is high and there can be a long waiting list for NHS orthodontic treatment. If you or your child does not qualify for free NHS treatment, or you don’t want to wait for treatment to start, you can choose to have private treatment.
Private treatment can start immediately if you decide on Invisalign Teen at Blossom Dental Care & Implant Studio in York, book a consultation now.