Dr. Butler, Dr. Collette and Dr. Porter are the #1 provider of Invisalign® in the Tri-Cities area due to their extensive knowledge, expertise and experience with this treatment option for their patients. As Invisalign specialists, Tri-City Orthodontics is committed to providing the most advanced solutions in orthodontic care. We treat the most amount of Invisalign patients in our area and look forward to providing you with the latest in technology to give you a smile worth sharing!
These aligners, designed specifically for younger patients with a mixture of baby and permanent teeth, are perfect for Phase I patients. Phase 1 treatment is early interceptive orthodontic treatment for young patients, traditionally done through the use of expanders or metal braces, before all permanent teeth have erupted, which is typically between the ages of 6 and 10.
Invisalign First clear aligners for children are designed specifically to address a broad range of younger patients’ malocclusions, including shorter clinical crowns, management of erupting teeth and predictable dental arch expansion.
As a new offering within the Invisalign system, Invisalign First treatment includes the same proven technology, comfort and convenience for great results. The aligners are removable so your child can brush and floss normally and eat the foods they love without any restrictions.
Living with aligners can be a bit challenging, especially for teenagers. Invisalign for teens was specifically developed to help teens tackle the common obstacles they faced while using Invisalign. The special features include:
Invisalign for teens come with small blue dots which fade away after 2 weeks of wear. This parameter helps them follow the treatment with more dedication.
For teens that still have baby teeth or their permanent teeth are still growing, Invisalign aligners for teens are perfect. The aligners are designed with spaces which allow the smooth eruption of permanent teeth.
Teens sometimes lose or damage their aligners. Invisalign for teens comes with replacement aligners. This makes it convenient for the teens to continue their treatment without any hindrance caused by damaged or lost aligners.