Family, friends, school, activities and the list goes on. During the teen years, kids and parents are so busy, the last thing you want to do is worry about your teenager’s smile. So, let us do that! At Innovative Orthodontic Centers, we have cutting-edge teeth-straightening solutions to achieve an exceptional outcome more comfortably, conveniently and quickly than ever before.
An Excellent Time for Orthodontic Treatment
It probably seems like every teenager is wearing braces or Invisalign® Teen. That’s because adolescence is typically the ideal time to start orthodontic treatment. At this point, the permanent teeth are in and issues with alignment or spacing are much more easily identified. Plus, teens are still growing, so we can effectively and efficiently manipulate their teeth and jaws to bring about lasting, stunning results.
We don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. During your teenager’s consultation, Dr. Ibrahim will evaluate their individual needs and recommend a personalized treatment plan. We’ll take the time to fully explain the diagnosis and your options, as well as answer any questions you may have. Dr. Ibrahim and her team are dedicated to making every patient feel welcome and relaxed and with perks like complimentary beverages, iPads and charging stations, your teenager will actually enjoy coming in for visits.
High-Tech Treatment Options
Orthodontic treatment will pave the way for a lifetime of superior oral health and give teens the confidence to take on the world. We make your teenager’s smile journey easier by offering advanced treatment options including:
- Self-ligating metal braces
- Self-ligating clear braces
- Invisalign® Teen
- AcceleDent® (makes braces more comfortable and shortens the duration of braces and Invisalign® treatment!)
Give Your Teen the Gift of a Beautiful Smile
Orthodontic treatment can dramatically improve the function and appearance of your teenager’s smile while also boosting their self-esteem. We’ll help you decide on a treatment both of you are thrilled with.
Around age 12, most kids have lost all of their primary teeth.
80% of North American teens are currently receiving orthodontic treatment.
The majority of braces patients are between 12- and 15-years-old.