Having a confident smile is important at any age, even more so when you grow up in the spotlight. And with fans able to interact with celebrities through photos and video on Facebook and Twitter, many feel the need to be close-up ready at any moment.
To ensure a picture perfect smile, many young stars today are turning to modern new options that straighten their teeth without most people knowing they’re in treatment because the braces are nearly invisible. Gone are the days when straightening teeth means you have to wear metal braces and deal with all the challenges associated with them.
“Today patients have a variety of choices, including Invisalign which is a clear and removable option,” said orthodontist Dr. Gilbert Snow of Snow Orthodontics who treats a number of young celebrities as part of the Invisalign studio program at his offices in Southern California.
From child actor Jimmy Bennett, who just celebrated his “Rockin’ 16th birthday” with an Invisalign Teen sponsored party at the Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, to budding 12 year-old film star Bailee Madison, Zendaya Coleman from Disney’s hit television show “Shake It Up,” and Cameron Quiseng from the band Allstar Weekend, Dr. Snow has treated these celebrities and many others with Invisalign to help them achieve their great smiles.
Invisible braces are immensely appealing to young people whose image is their livelihood. According to Dr. Snow, Invisalign is a nearly invisible alternative to traditional wire and bracket braces in which a series of clear aligners move the teeth gradually over time. And unlike traditional metal braces, Invisalign is removable for eating, brushing and flossing, which leads to better oral hygiene during treatment.
But Invisalign isn’t just for celebrities; treatment is affordable and widely available through a network of preferred providers.
“I find that many of my patients want to achieve their own Hollywood smile and, like the celebrities they admire, are looking for a way to straighten their teeth while maintaining their lifestyle and confidence during treatment,” said Dr. Snow.
According to Jimmy Bennett, “I chose Invisalign because if I were to get braces it would kind of interfere with my singing and acting career, so I decided clear would be the best choice.”
“Invisible braces are for any active kid nowadays, whether competing in sports, performing on stage or video chatting with your friends. For me Invisalign has been a non-painful, non-interfering treatment.” – Bailee Madison
To learn more about Invisalign and how to get a Hollywood smile, take the self assessment at Invisalign.com. Visit Facebook.com/InvisalignTeen to check out more Hollywood smiles courtesy of Invisalign, including child stars Bailee Madison, Ciara Bravo and Tiffany Espensen; All Star Weekend’s Carmeron Quiseng and Michael Martinez; and teen actor and musician Jimmy Bennett.
Adults and teens now have a modern choice for straightening their teeth. No more wires and brackets required – Invisalign is the clear alternative to metal braces that uses a series of virtually invisible and removable aligners that gradually move teeth over time. The benefits include: no food restrictions, little interference with sports or other activities, and teeth get straightened without most people knowing they are in treatment. Learn more and find a preferred provider at www.invisalign.com. Invisalign and all Invisalign products are designed, manufactured and marketed by Align Technology, Inc. (ALGN), the leader in clear aligner therapy. Align Technology was founded in March 1997 and received FDA clearance to market Invisalign in 1998. Today the Invisalign product family includes Invisalign Full, Invisalign Teen, Invisalign Assist, Invisalign Express and Vivera Retainers.
Invisalign is the clear alternative to metal braces that uses a series of virtually invisible and removable aligners that gradually move teeth over time. The benefits include: no food restrictions, little interference with sports or other activities, and teeth get straightened without most people knowing they are in treatment.