Invisalign® for Teens

Orthodontic treatment just for teenagers

At Queensway Orthodontics, we've all been teenagers, so we know how self-conscious it can be if you have to wear braces during your teenage years. That's why our team use Invisalign® for many of our young patients. This method is so discreet it is almost impossible to tell if you're wearing an appliance.

How does Invisalign® Teen work?

Sets of custom-made aligners, created with 3D technology, sit over the top of your teen’s teeth, gently moving them into position. Because the aligners are removable they can be taken out to eat, brush and floss. This makes it easier for your teen to look after their teeth.

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Invisalign Teen

Fits your teeth and your lifestyle

At Queensway Orthodontics we understand teenagers are very active. That’s why we often recommend Invisalign®. The aligners can be removed during physical activities, like contact sports, and for other occasions, such as when playing musical instruments or attending a school prom. Your teen won’t miss out on anything.

Although Invisalign® aligners have the benefit of being removed, it is still important for your teen to wear them 22 hours a day to get the best results. To remind your teen of this, the aligners include blue dot wear indicators which fade from blue to clear to help monitor how much they’re being worn.

Invisalign Teen

Comfortable to wear

Invisalign® aligners are made from a smooth plastic material which reduces the risk of irritation to the mouth. They also allow for the eruption of growing adult teeth.

Invisalign aligners

Frequently asked questions

Invisalign® aligners are virtually invisible so only those you tell will know you’re having treatment.

Invisalign® is prepared for such an eventuality and provides six free sets of aligners as part of the treatment process. Invisalign® is a private treatment and therefore not available on the NHS. To spread the cost we do offer interest-free finance plans that can be taken out over a 12-month period, or low-cost loans that can be taken out over 24, 36, 48 or 60 months. Our treatment advisor can recommend which might be the best option for you.