- Orthodontists Can Address Issues Earlier
- Can Help With Oral Habits Like Thumb Sucking
- Designed for Comfort, so no Pokey Wires
Dr. Willett and her staff are kind and professional. I would recommend Lincoln Orthodontics to my friends and family!
Dr. Willett and her staff were extremely enjoyable and responsive to any questions or concerns. At two different points we voiced concerns about our daughter’s profile and alignment. Promptly the concerns were addressed to our complete satisfaction.
Dr. Willett did such an amazing job on these 30 year old teeth. The entire staff at Lincoln Orthodontics is so friendly and accommodating. If I had more teeth I’d bring them here to get straightened out.
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Invisalign First uses the same method for teens and adults. A 3-D image of the mouth is created using X-rays and pictures. Our 3-D image allows us to determine how we want to go about treatment.Learn More
Phase 1 treatment develops young jaws to create the space necessary for your teeth. Dr. Willett’s treatment plans help orthodontists predict results and create future treatment plans to address the needs of progressing children.
Phase 2 treatment allows patients to seamlessly transition out of their ortho vacation, after Phase 1, and into either braces or a final round of Invisalign.Learn More
We understand that orthodontic treatment is an investment. That’s why we have financing for all of our patients. Check out our Finance page to learn more about payment options for Invisalign.Easy Financing
How does Invisalign® work with a child’s baby teeth?
In young kids, with a mix of baby teeth and permanent teeth, Dr. Willett’s Phase 1 treatment develops young jaws to create the space necessary for your teeth. This treatment plan helps us predict results and create future treatment plans to address the needs of progressing children.
Is Invisalign a good orthodontic treatment option for kids?
With Invisalign First kids and their developing mouths are a priority. This treatment is designed to help with crowding, spacing, and narrow dental arches creating a foundation for each child’s smile as they continue to grow!
What is the typical Invisalign treatment time for kids?
On average, kids Invisalign patients can expect to undergo treatment anywhere from 9-15 months. All cases are different, meaning this time could be shorter or longer for some patients.
Is my child too young to start Invisalign®?
Dr. Willet typically introduces Invisalign as a treatment option to kids ages 6 and up. At these growing ages, Invisalign can help with crowding, spacing, and narrow dental arches. This is a new treatment that lays the foundation to better a child’s smile as they grow with smaller phases.