Invisalign Teen – Will your teens love it?

Ugly traditional braces are the things of the past. With Invisalign Teen, they can get that smile they always wanted. It's like having clear braces without the metal brackets and wires. Invisalign Teen are a series of custom clear aligners that effectively fixes misaligned teeth.


How does it work?

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Treat a Broad Range of Dental Issues


What are the benefits?

  • ​They're clear. Virtually invisible. Avoid being embarrassed if appearance matters
  • Very comfortable. The aligners are made out of smooth custom made plastics. No wires poking your mouth causing irritations
  • Play sports or a musician? No problem, since they are removable take them off and keep enjoying your interests
  • Invisalign can treat a variety of teeth straightening issues such as crossbite, underbite, gapped and crowded teeth
  • Maintain good oral hygiene as you can brush your teeth and floss normally
  • Keep enjoying the foods you like. Normally you'll be cautious bent and broken brackets with traditional braces. Not with Invisalign Teen. :)

How can I convince my parents in getting Invisalign Teen?

We got you covered. Download the cheat sheet and prep yourself.

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Can I get Invisalign Teen?

Visit our qualified orthodontic at Perfect Smiles Orthodontic to see if the treatment is right for you. Patients are eligible if they have erupted or erupting dentition. Since many teens teeth are still developing, Invisalign Teen have specially designed indents that accommodate the natural growth of teeth.

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Adult Braces: Why more adults are getting braces

Braces are not just for children and teens so it's never too late to improve and enhance your smile. When your teeth are healthy, they can be moved at any age.

Here are great reasons why adults are getting braces: 

1) Everybody notices a beautiful smile. It changes the way how people interact with you in a positive way, improving your self-esteem significantly. This in turn can help you reflect and build confidence in life such as your education, career, relationships and socially.

2) As an adult, you'll be able to afford braces where your parents could not in the past. Your extra earnings as an adult can be put aside for braces. There's payment plans and dental health insurance coverage which will make your expenses easier to manage. As an adult you'll understand spending on your smile and health is very well worth while.  

3) Innovations in orthodontic technology. Traditional treatments involving direct bonding, ceramic brackets and tooth-coloured wires have discourage many adults who would not otherwise seek orthodontic treatment. Improved appliance placement techniques, latest developments like Lingual Braces, clear braces or Invisible braces such as Invisalign has made it more attractive for those concern with their appearance to seek out orthodontic treatment.

4) Associated health concerns when teeth are not straight or their bite is incorrect. This can contribute to headaches, migraines and stomach problems. Many start orthodontic treatment at a younger age to avoid surgery and extractions in the future issues that can cost a lot more to fix.  Those who undergo orthodontics treatment usually are more motivated to maintain their oral hygiene.  

The family dentist is now more aware of the problems of bite and the role of proper teeth alignment so they plays an important role in motivating adult patients by referring them to a orthodontist. 

Adult are also becoming more and more conscious about their esthetics as today there is greater awareness of health and appearance. With the ever changing times, more adults has awakened to the benefits of orthodontics.

How Did Age Affect Your Decision?

How did orthodontics improve your self esteem?

How Did Orthodontics Change Your Life?

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Waiting Rooms Are Boring

Waiting rooms don't have to be boring.  We have done some renovations at our Ballajura practice to ensure that you aren't bored when waiting for you next appointment.

​Play or Browse on our iPads - ​We have installed a few iPads in our waiting rooms but don't worry, they aren't for show.  They are for you to either get a high score on Candy Crush or read up on the latest news.  Next time you are in, we want to see you on them.

​Come to Our Game Centre - ​If you have booked a consultation or regularly visit our Ballajura practice, you may of heard some sound effects and giggling coming from around the corner.  We have setup four stations to ensure everyone gets a turn with Karoke, Nintendo Wii, Xbox and Playstation console as they are setup and ready to be played.

Refreshments - ​In all our facilities, we have fresh drinking water and easily accessible toilets in case you forget to brush your teeth on the way to your appointment.  

​See our past graduates -​ Somewhere in our office, we have put our past graduates who are proud and on display with their brand new smile.  Can you find where they are?

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What is the Difference Between an Orthodontist and a Dentist?

Aren't dentists the same as Orthodontists? Aren't dentists - Orthodontists?  Well if not, what are the differences between a dentist and a orthodontist?

The short answer is that an orthodontist is a specialist dentist that focuses specifically in teeth, jaws and face to ensure not only for aesthetics, but also functionality.  An orthodontist studies much longer than a dentist and carries out significantly more training courses.

​When deciding on whether you want to have lingual braces, clear braces or even Invisalign braces, it is always recommended to see a specialist for more information.

​Generally once a dentist is certified through the means of a Bachelor degree, a full time course is required on top to become a specialist orthodontist which is done through a Masters of Science in Orthodontics. 

Orthodontic courses are generally very popular and some training facilities require extensive full time experience in the field before accepting new students.

If you would like more information on our Orthodontist, you can read about Dr Jeremy Chin and the team.

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