My lovely friend Cam Bowman, who blogs over at Growing Up Goofy, graciously offered to co-host a fun Invisalign party with me last weekend.
There was fantastic food and sangria (courtesy of Cam’s amazing menu planning, party planning and amazing cooking!).
There were photos.
There were smiles, laughter and tons of questions from everyone.
We ate, drank, laughed and learned a ton about Invisalign.
I was never able to have braces when I was a teen and once I was into my adult years when I first heard about Invisalign, I assumed that my window had closed because I always thought that Invisalign took forever to work and that it was much more expensive than traditional metal braces. Nope. Totally wrong.
It turns out that the average Invisalign treatment is 12 months for adults. And the cost? Roughly the same.
Now that I know that, I think an Invisalign treatment may just be in my future, because really, what’s 12 months?
And when Katie and Matthew are older, we’ll be turning to Invisalign Teen because I love that there’s a less socially-awkward option than traditional braces that allows them to play sports without risk of injury and doesn’t leave them sneaking if they want any of the foods on the banned items list. (Teens are going to eat candy and chew gum. It’s a losing battle if we think otherwise!)
Special thanks to Drs. Cater and Galante for joining us for dinner and staying to educate us and share so much great information.
If you’re like me and you think you know what Invisalign is about and think it’s not for you, this Straight Talk: Smart Path to Straight Teeth Infographic has so many more details about why Invisalign is such a great option.
Thank you again, Cam, for co-hosting this fun event with me. I’m still dreaming about your Pots de Creme!
And to those who joined us, we’re so grateful that you set aside a Saturday night and spent it with us.
Finally, if you’ve always dreamed of getting Invisalign, it might just be your lucky day. Simply enter below for a chance to win a full treatment!
Although this is a sponsored post, all of my opinions, as always, are completely my own.