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In March, Align Technology announced Invisalign Teen with mandibular advancement, the first clear aligner solution for Class II correction in growing tween and teen patients. So if you’re thinking about invisalign treatment, be sure to do your research before making any decisions. But hopefully, you come to the conclusion that this may be the best way for you to get the smile you’ve always wanted.

According to the company, the new offering combines the benefits of an advanced clear aligner system with features for moving the lower jaw forward while simultaneously aligning the teeth. Moreover, it promises to provide a simpler, more efficient and patient-friendly treatment option than functional appliances—and without the need for elastics typically used to treat teen Class II patients. Invisalign is a very popular straightening solution offered by many dental practices around the world, including Dental Perfection.

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“Twenty years ago, Align Technology transformed the orthodontic industry by replacing an analogue approach to straightening teeth with a modern digital solution called the Invisalign system,” said Align Technology president and CEO, Joe Hogan.

“Since then, we have continuously innovated with new products and technologies that are revolutionising orthodontic treatment for doctors and their patients.”

Invisalign Teen with mandibular advancement is designed to replicate the action of commonly used functional appliances for Class II correction through new ‘precision wings’ which hold the mandible in a forward position, while simultaneously correcting malocclusion and crowding issues. Invisalign Teen with mandibular advancement is now available in Australia and New Zealand.

Visit www.invisalign.com.au for more.

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