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Should I get Invisalign at age 30?

I am a 30 year old male and I don't want braces at my age. Should I get Invisalign at age 30?

13 Answers

If you are a candidate, then it is a wonderful treatment option.
Clear aligners work well for all ages and you can enjoy straight teeth the rest of your life
Sure. Invisalign or orthodontics are not generally age restricted.
Invisalign is not really about a nicer smile. Orthodontics in general is used to correct real problems associated with poor tooth position that can cause early tooth loss or damage. If you want to give your teeth the best opportunity to stay as long as possible, often you will have to consider Invisalign.
You could get Invisalign at any age thats the advantage of going through Invisalign for your crooked, undesired set of tooth. It does come with some limitations. so better off speaking to your dentist the best choice for your teeth. good luck straightening teeth and smile wider and brighter.
If your mouth is healthy and you are committed to doing what is required for Invisalign, then go for it. Women as old as 70 are doing Invisalign.
Yes. Invisalign works very good for adults.
Invisalign is great for all ages. We start them as early as 10 years old and have patients who have started in their 60s. Since you are 30 you will be a great candidate.
Absolutely. No reason why age thirty I should not have invisalign treatment. However, some cases are better treated with more conventional orthodontic appliances(brackets and wires). So a consult with your dentist and or an orthodontist is always the best first step.
Yes! You can get Invisalign done at any age.
Invisalign is available to for patients from teenagers and up. It is best to have a consultation with a Invisalign provider, which may be your general dentist, and see if you are a good candidate for Invisalign.

The real question is do you need or want Invisalign? If the answer is yes, then why not? I treat people with Invisalign older than 30 all the time. In fact, this was kind of the foundation for Invisalign.
Hope this helps.

Best of luck to you!

William F. Scott IV, DMD