"Braces Then, Invisalign Now" #INVStraightTalk #ad

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        Have you ever seen those totally awesome emails or facebook posts that say, "You know you are a child of the 80's when..."?  I love, love, love those because I AM a child of the 80's!  But seriously there are so many things that have improve over the last two decades, it would be a waste for me to list them all to each of you.

        Technology has become such an important part of our lives and those advances in medicine have drastically made everyone's lives easier in some way!  I remember back in the day when my sister had to struggle with braces, and it was an ongoing process of pain over the course of FIVE years!  She was by no means a rarity either as most children at some time or another have had to have braces.
        Braces are more advanced than they were in the 80's and now teens and preteens don't have to be as concerned with the brackets bonded to their teeth or having big ugly head and neck gears.  I honestly only remember the rubber band colors being something my sister looked forward to being changed and she was definitely embarrassed to have all that metal in her teeth!

        Now coming from a family full of Dentists, I have been fortunate enough to grow up around all the news and happenings in the industry.  Though that doesn't mean you may have heard about some of these new advances which is why I would love to share with you my experience last week learning all about a product called Invisalign.

    Invisalign is one of those new advances in orthodontics.  It is a "removable clear aligner made of light weight plastic that sits smoothly on the teeth" allowing for a more comfortable experience.  The nice thing is these aligners can be removed whenever need be (but hopefully not too often).  This allows wearers to eat, brush, floss, and do the normal activities someone would without braces.
        Because Invisalign Teen is now available this is not only an option for adults but teens and preteens.  I feel pretty confident that my two older children will be fine without any oral adjustments but my youngest is looking like he is heading in that direction.  I can feel much more at ease knowing this wont be as detrimental to his confidence growing up.  Plus Invisalign patients can start to see improvements and progress in as little as 90 days.  Please take the Invisalign Smile Assesment for more information abd to see if this is the right treatment for you.

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