Invisalign in Creve Coeur & St. Charles, MO

Smile: A Curve That Sets Everything Straight

Invisalign for Kids - Varble Orthodontics - Creve Coeur & St. Charles MO

Bringing Smiles to Life

A Flexible Treatment Option for Your Kid

The American Association of Orthodontics suggests that children see an orthodontist by age 7.

At your first appointment, Dr. Varble and his team will decide if your child needs orthodontic treatment. Even if your child still has baby teeth, they can benefit from treatments like clear aligners. Younger patients may receive interceptive treatment, referred to by Invisalign as Phase 1 treatment. 

Interceptive treatment typically lasts 6-12 months and focuses on moving specific problem teeth. After their interceptive treatment is over, we will continue to monitor their growth and development as part of our observation program. Once your child has all of their adult teeth, Dr. Varble will reevaluate them to see if they need additional treatment. Interceptive treatment makes additional treatment easier, shorter and more predictable.

Early Intervention at It’s Finest

We Love to See Your Kid Smile

Clear aligners, such as Invisalign, are used to develop young jaws and create room for adult teeth. Dr. Varble uses clear aligners in the interceptive treatment stage to prepare your child’s mouth for adult teeth. As your child grows, their mouth grows with them. Invisalign and clear aligners can help guide that growth and prevent more extensive treatment later.

Perks of Invisalign for kids:

5/5
Everything went perfectly!

I went here to get Invisalign and from the first appointment to the last everything went perfectly. The staff is great. The scheduling was easy. I was in and out quickly with each visit. Highly recommended!

Gregory C.

Kids Invisalign FAQ

Because Education is Key

There is no official minimum age to start treatment, but Invisalign interceptive treatment is ideal for children six to 10 years old.

Interceptive treatment usually lasts six to 12 months but will vary for every child.

Since they can remove their trays to eat, there are no food restrictions with Invisalign.

Invisalign trays can be removed making hygiene care east. Before your child puts their Invisalign trays back in, remind them to brush and floss first.

Invisalign is much more comfortable than traditional braces. Your child might experience discomfort as they get used to their trays, but they should not experience any pain.

Your First Appointment is On Us

Are you ready to start your journey to a new smile? Schedule your free consultation with us today! You will be on your way to a new smile in no time.