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by on July 31, 2012

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Getting ready for back to school is more than just buying new pencils, notebooks, or a backpack. It is also helping kids feel comfortable about new changes and staying healthy as they grow. And with kids starting a new year, there are many new impressions to make. For many kids, those impressions can be socially difficult when they are self-conscious about having metal braces. But the good news is there is an alternative to that –Invisalign Teen offers clear braces that straighten teeth without “brace face”, so much that no one even has to know that they have them on.

invisalign teen exampleTake a look at this picture of these two teens. Can you guess which one has Invisalign Teen? Hard to tell, isn’t it? And that is the HUGE benefit to having clear braces. Here are some other benefits to consider:

  • They are removable, which is perfect for active teens because it won’t interfere with sports, music, or other activities.
  • It makes good oral hygiene with brushing/flossing simple and there are no forbidden foods, which means there are no emergencies at school
  • It costs about the same as regular metal braces.

My boys are young, but we are thinking they will probably need braces (or at least one of them will) – but I know that I want to get them Invisalign Teen when they do need them because of the huge benefits it offers. If you are in the market for braces (or will be soon), make sure you check them out.

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  • Invisalign sounds great, but our insurance doesn’t cover any of it! SO I’m hoping our kids won’t need braces.

  • I start them brushing their teeth REALLY early and take them to their dentist for cleanings!

  • Are they expensive?

  • kris

    Awesome giveaway! Thanks

  • Hubby is going to the dentist today and actually asking about Invisalign. He is embarrassed to get braces (silly guy) but I hope Invisalign will help him be more confident!

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    I would love invisalign as an adult!

  • elcane

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  • Karen S

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  • I hope my kids never need braces, but if they do I would love to get them Invisalign. Hopefully by the time they are teens it will be covered by more insurance plans.

  • Kaeli

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  • Gwyn

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  • Heather

    I had braces as a child at though my teeth are straight, they did suffer damage from the braces. This is great alternative for my sons and daughter who are already being seen by orthodontics as the young ages of 5, 7, and 8.

  • oscar

    I encourage them to limit sweets, drink water, and brush and floss thoroughly

  • brush teeth twice a day and not to eat too many sweets

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  • Shannon Lashley

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    Don’t forget to floss!!!

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  • We always brush our teeth together.

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    We use electric toothbrushes to help provide a better clean.

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  • Joni

    YAY! Great giveaway

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  • Andrea Darst

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  • Candice

    We try to use mouthwash and toothpaste every day.

  • ashley

    I try to make it fun… we have all the “cool’ toothbrushes, they love the mouthwash that shows the germs. Flossing at their age is a little difficult but I help them with that :D

  • We try to make it fun. We have the color mouth wash and they get to pick out their own toothbrushes.

  • We make it part of the morning and nightly routine to brush. They feel like something is missing if they don’t!

  • saraarwen

    We faithfully brush, floss and rinse!

  • drinking lot’s of raw milk

  • Doug W

    Started early with brushing and flossing.

  • I give my kids toothbrushes & flavors of paste that they love. I also have them use children’s mouth wash.
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  • Noel

    Brushing, brushing and more brushing.

  • Kristin Fisk

    I make sure my kids have their favorite teeth cleaning tools, and then give reminders.

  • Margaret Pope-Rainey

    We started “brushing” when my son turned 1. It’s mostly just chewing right now but he loves it and knows it’s part of our bedtime routine.

  • Crystal Graves

    Brush 3x a day. Morning, after school and night.

  • My kids started seeing the dentist at 18 months old and go every 6 months with out fail. I also have them bruch morning and night:)

  • Leilani Caoagdan

    brushing and regular checkups

  • Lisa

    Brushing twice a day, flossing, and checkups every six months!

  • Making it fun but a must…cool toothbrushes help the process!

  • Karen Glatt

    We have to brush our teeth twice a day! And floss after every meal! Drink water if we are eating something sweet, and get the recommended dentist visits.

  • Brushing 2 or more times a day, getting regular checkups, not eating sticky candy, drinking lots of water and no drinking pop.

  • I’m an email subscriber.

  • I’m surprised to hear about the cost as years ago Invisalign was almost three times more than the metal braces.

  • jennifer

    We brush at least 3 times a day, floss daily and avoid highly acidic foods!

  • JessieC

    Regular dentist visit and always floss before brushing.

  • Elis B.

    Regular dentist visit, brush and floss every day.

  • Jorgie

    No pop in this house! That is the first step we take towards good teeth!

  • Deborah Lott

    Lots of reminders to brush and floss!

  • Sunnie

    I make them brush their teeth twice a day.

  • vickie

    when can’t brush after a meal…my dentist says to chew sugar free gum

  • Amanda Sakovitz

    we see the dentist regularly and brush our teeth twice a day.

  • Susan H.

    Brushing/flossing after meals and regular checkups.

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    I’m already a subscriber.

  • tina m

    brush 3 times a day

  • Good oral hygiene begins with my example of brushing, flossing and going to the dentist every six months. We’re very diligent about that.

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    I tend grand kids several days a week and I always watch what they eat and help them brush their teeth. I sing old silly toothpaste commercials to them to make it more fun!

  • judybradley

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  • Dee Parker

    Provide them with proper tools and supplies!

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    I make brushing teeth an important and fun part of my daughter’s day!

  • Amanda Yoder

    I don’t have kids, but for my husband we focus on having a routine to make sure we do well by our mouths!

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    I’d make sure they brushed & flossed everyday!

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    I am also a subscriber

  • We brush together when we can!

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    get them cool brushes to be excited about!

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    Teaching my daughter at a young age the importance of brushing so that she finds it fun and not a chore!

  • Marilyn

    Brushing and regular checkups

  • Jessica B.

    Lots of brushing!

  • Jenna A

    Brushing her teeth twice a day at least. No juice!! she is 17 months old

  • well he says he only brushes his teeth when he sees his girlfriend…. hes 17 and doesnt do much hygiene

  • nosogirl

    my kids use an electric toothbrush that has a timer, so they brush for 2 minutes each time.

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    email subscriber

  • Melissa Ward

    We let her floss and brush her teeth and then do it again after her.

  • Nancy Evens

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  • Jessica M.

    We brush our teeth every morning and night and use mouth wash after lunch.

  • I don’t have kids, but I would make it apart of the morning and nightly routine to make sure that they always brush.

  • msbscandles

    Brushing and flossing are very important.

  • cathy

    When my son was younger he liked it when I would buy cool toothbrushes and toothpaste. It’s a little harder to make sure he’s brushing now.

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  • Danyeln

    My friend did this process last year and loved it.

  • We have a sticker chart for each day of the week. He puts a sticker on when he brushes his teeth in the morning, and at night. It also has a column for flossing

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  • I let my daughter brush and then I go over to make sure that she hasn’t missed anything.

  • JennyJokinen

    We have a “Mommy do it” and a “Hunter do it” we both take turns brushing the “sugar bugs off”

  • hlagard

    My boys like using the spongebob mouthwash.

  • colleen

    i am thinking of getting invisalign soon actually!

  • amber

    i think that is a great thing

  • Momof4

    My kids love to brush their teeth.

  • My 18 month old daughter practices brushing her teeth everyday and saying “ahh” to brush her tongue too.

  • sonj c

    I help him brush his teeth and then he “brushes” his teeth! :)

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  • Lydia Hostetler

    I keep brushes n toothpaste available, so they can’t say there is none, for an excuse.

  • We definitely get them in every 6 months for their preventative check ups. I also constantly remind them to make sure they brush their teeth.

  • My son will need them and he knows I will watch him brush his teeth every morning and night to see to it that it’s done!

  • Lynda

    make sure they brush their teeth before bed

  • Brushing their teeth in the morning and before bed is a regular routine for my kids and I oversee that they do a good job.

  • Tracy Robertson

    I don’t have kids, but I take my own dental hygeine very seriously, brush a minimum of 2x a day, but usually 3, and floss daily.

  • Stephanie

    I buy my daughter (who has braces)-Colgate Wisps-for when we are away from home, and she needs to brush!

  • Sandra

    My son is only four, but I make sure to double check his brushing avery morning and night.

  • martha

    I make them brush their teeth twice a day.

  • dealdiva68

    For those getting braces, invest in a water pik – it’s much better than flossing and much easier with those braces

  • arriggs

    I remind my children to brush daily and help them with this. In addition I take them twice a year for regular cleanings and check ups

  • I was wishing that I had had this when I had braces 20+ years ago. Possible that my oldest will have to have them so will be checking out Invisilign no doubt!!!

  • petrita13

    i make sure my kids brush there teeth twice a day and floss once a day to help

  • shelly

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  • Hollie Jahnke

    They brush twice a day.

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    brush daily and floss

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    im an email subscriber

  • Kris I.

    I constantly remind them to brush and I take them to the dentist every 6 months

  • Corey A

    My daughter brushes every night before bed, and whenever she wants in between.

  • shannon oelrich

    I am not as good as I should be but I try not to let them drink sugary drinks or eat to much candy.

  • Shari

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    We brush our teeth at least twice daily and keep our regular twice a year cleanings.

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  • Reminding them to brush their teeth and having 6 month check ups at the dentist

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    encourage them to brush and floss

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    I make sure they brush in the morning and before bed and make it to their check ups with their dentist. Thanks for the chance.

  • teresa

    always check my son’s brushing

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    So excited! This giftcard would go a long way toward our back to school expenses!

  • We stay on top of brushing . The kids have regular dental visits.

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    by setting an example and letting them choose toothpaste they like!

  • We brush to get rid of the cavitiy critters. I help after they finish brushing

  • Janice K

    I help them brush, they get regular check ups and they see an orthodontist.

  • Janet L

    I buy fun kid toothbrushes, toothpaste, and flossers. They are excited to use the colorful, character themed supplies.

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    We visit the dentist twice a year.

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  • We help them brush and make sure they get to the dentist for regular appts

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  • Tiffany Winner

    i remind them to brush

  • set a timer for how long to brush to make sure they are thorough

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    We have a contest to see who can brush longer. It keeps him interested and brushing longer

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  • encourage them to brush and floss

  • we visit dentist twice a year

  • My kids love brushing their teeth… it delays bedtime

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  • debbie jackson

    started good brushing and hygeine habits early

  • Kevin

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    i help our 5 year old brush his teeth every day

  • I had bad teeth gentetically and due to childhood illness, plus with 9 kids we didn’t get preventative care. I am ON my kids all the time about this. We do not have dental insurance so now they hear loud and clear how important brushing, flossing and choosing the right foods and snacks and saying no to soda and sugary drinks

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    Don’t have kids.

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  • Jill

    We have our teeth cleaned and checked twice a year.

  • Jill

    Brushing a least twice a day, flossing, and even a flouride rinse helps.

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  • Jill

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    I make sure they brush everynight

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  • Brush and floss daily.

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  • Amanda

    Fluoride has made a huge difference in the health of my kids teeth. It is not in our water, so I make sure they take supplements and use a fluoride toothpaste

  • Dianne

    Wish they had invisalign when I wore braces!

  • jolene

    Avoid buying/eating sticky candy and fruit snacks

  • I’m lucky because my kids actually love to brush their teeth and go to the dentist! For now, anyway hehe.

  • ellen b

    brush and flossing

  • Erika

    Regular brushing, minimal sweets and trips to the dentist!

  • My kids are pretty good about regular brushing without a lot of hassle.

  • ashley seeley

    my son loves to brush his teeth so we are always brushing them

  • Jennifer Marie

    we make sure to brush everyday!!
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  • linhc

    I hound them about brushing and flossing after eating, not just at morning and bedtime.

  • I show them by example, talk to them about it is important

  • I help them by brushing with them and using mouthwash with a timer, they like it!

  • Just Coupons

    Reminding the kids to brush twice a day

  • I just verify that they brush twice a day and floss fairly often.

  • Ashley H

    Always make them floss.

  • Jill

    Reminding my kids to brush in the morning and before bedtime.

  • Jill

    A flouride rinse like Act really helps.

  • Jill

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  • remind the kids to keep brushing their teeth morning and night

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    It has always been part of the daily routine to take card of their teeth.

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    I have 4 girls and 2 of my 4 girls have had braces already but I still have 2 more that will likely need braces. I remind my girls to brush after each meal but it’s harder to get them to floss. I

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  • Tabathia B

    I encourage them to floss when they brush

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    I always helped them brush when they were young and then reminded them to brush as they got older.

  • tbryant

    remind them to brush more than 2 times a day.

  • amber

    I wish they have this when i was a kids

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    I set a good example

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  • Heather

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    Remind them every morning and night to brush their teeth.

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  • Ashley S

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  • Keri

    We are very diligent about visiting the dentist every six months!

  • Katrina

    We make sure brushing occurs twice a day and get regular dental check-ups!

  • hannah

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  • sbeckmom

    i would love that.

  • Barb

    We visit the dentist 2 times a year……… : )

  • I encourage him to brush.

  • We use a timer so that he brushes for the right amount of time

  • Karla

    I think it’s important to make sure that everyone gets the dentist at least once a year, preferably twice!

  • Karla

    I subscribe to the e-mail.

  • Hands on, twice a day brushing and flossing.

  • We teach them how to brush, especially by brushing with them so they can see what we do. We let them both brush by themselves, and then we check and brush as we see needed. My nearly-5-year-old is doing really well and I usually just have to help with her back teeth. My just 2 year old is coming along quickly too! They love how they have their own individual special toothpastes too!

  • Rachelle R.

    Making sure they brush twice a day properly & checking their teeth after they brush to see if they are at least visibly clean. If not you know they didn;t do a very good job!

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    I’m subscribed to your daily newsletter & your Pinterest!

  • Faith B.

    We Brush our teeth twice a day

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