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This is a sponsored post.  However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


I had braces when I was younger...twice.  They were the metal ones made "fashionable" with colored bands.  Let's just say that I was not a happy camper.  I had instances of metal wires poking my mouth and bands that would come loose which resulted in trudging back to the orthodontist's office.  When they eventually came off, my front two teeth had scuff.  Well, I describe it as scuff because it wouldn't come off even with all the brushing and picking.  Luckily my Hubs' cousin is a dentist and he worked miracles to make the affected teeth smooth and pretty again....after 20+ years of disappointment.   



Fast forward and today's braces are more sophisticated.  No more wires and brackets - Invisalign is the clear alternative that uses virtually invisible and removable aligners that gradually move teeth over time.  How awesome is that you can freely eat without the hassle of toting around a toothbrush, toothpaste and floss?     When I first started my current employment, I didn't even realize my boss had these clear braces.  His speech was not impacted nor was his ability to eat during lunch meetings.         





The system uses a series of clear aligners made of lightweight plastic that sit smoothly on the teeth allowing for a more comfortable fit and they work as effectively as traditional metal braces.  The cost is roughly about the same as traditional braces but with fewer office visits and shorter appointments with no emergency visits for broken wires or brackets.  How can you not want these?  Take the Invisalign Smile Assessment to find out if Invisalign is right for you or your child.  





Note that Invisalign's treatment is not limited to mild cosmetic cases - it can effectively correct overly crowded teeth, widely spaced teeth, open bite, crossbite, fix overbite and underbite.  

I've noticed that Kenzie's teeth are not perfectly straight and am always encouraging her to brush her teeth.  If her permanent teeth do have issues that can be treatable by Invisalign, I am definitely going to go with this route for straightening her teeth since Invisalign is available to pre-teens and teens!  

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This is a sponsored post.  However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

9 comments:

  1. Id get some of the 16 in pink paper lanterns

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  2. I wore braces twice too. I thought that I was the only one. LOL.

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  3. That is so cool! My granddaughter has braces too. I'm not sure which kind she has but I know she has colored bands. I will have to show this to her and find out for myself. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. i cant believe how much braces have evolved! my sister had the huge head gear too!

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  5. i currently have invisalign and i love them! works great

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  6. Both of my girls had the metal braces you were speaking of to correct their teeth. I love they have something like this now. As my grandchildren are getting older, some still toddlers, we know that 1 day instead of those braces they can have something as great as these

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  7. I had to have braces as a young adult and it was not a fun process. I wish this existed when I needed it!

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  8. I didn't know Invisalign was used for teens and tweens that is good to know. My daughter had 2 sets of braces, the regular kind.

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  9. my cousin has these and swears by them

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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