Las Vegas, NV –Invisalign has recently started a series of promotional activities that will educate teens and parents about the benefits of Invisalign Teen. Invisalign is sponsoring the 2010 Teen Choice Awards which will be shown on Monday August 9th on Fox. The company is also running a contest giving away 4 tickets to the Teen Choice Awards as the Grand Prize.
Invisalign Teen’s Web site permits visitors to find out about the Awards show. “The site is also a source of useful information about Teen Invisalign,” says Las Vegas Orthodontics, Dr. Alpan.
Invisalign uses custom-made clear plastic aligners to gently reposition teeth over time – and is less noticeable than metallic brackets or wires. The aligners are removable and comfortable.
Invisalign Teen also ensures that teens are wearing their aligners with a unique system. “Patients must wear their aligners 20 to 22 hours every day,” says Dr. Alpan, a Las Vegas braces provider. “Invisalign Teen has a unique Blue Dot Wear Indicator that fades to clear over a two week period – demonstrating if a teen patient is wearing his or her aligners frequently enough.”
To learn more about Las Vegas NV braces provider Dr. David Alpan, visit hise Web site at www.aeortho.com, or call at 702-784-0500.
About Dr. David Alpan
Dr. David Alpan earned his DDS degree from the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco received his Orthodontic Specialty certificate in 1998. Dr. David Alpan founded Aesthetic Orthodontics in Los Angeles in 1998 – and in Beverly Hills and Las Vegas in 1999. Certified as an Invisalign provider in 1999, Dr. Alpan was hired by Align Technology in 2001 to teach certified Invisalign classes. He has also served as a consultant for Align Technology’s clinical education department.
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