Invisalign is the most advanced clear aligner system available. It’s highly effective at straightening teeth to achieve the healthy, beautiful smile of your dreams.
You have many choices when it comes to Invisalign dentistry. However, while many providers may offer the Invisalign brand, they don’t all deliver equal service. At Jefferson Dental & Orthodontics, we believe in providing affordable Invisalign options with exceptional service, so we offer:
1. A FREE consultation to see if you think Invisalign is right for you.
2. Affordable monthly payment plans for all credit levels – even if you have no credit.
3. A 3D scan of your mouth, with a Smile Simulator that provides an idea of what your smile will look like after Invisalign treatment.
4. Invisalign clear aligners are available at our 70+ locations for your convenience.
*Applies to third-party financing plans only, if eligible.
Invisalign costs are similar to traditional braces, so it helps to consider it as an investment in your smile. What would you pay for a lifetime of improved dental health and a smile you can feel good about?
Also, keep in mind that aligned teeth are easier to clean and evenly distribute pressure in your mouth, reducing your risk of cavities, decay, and wear and tear. Investing in orthodontic treatment pays off in the long run, because you’ll avoid costly treatments like fillings, root canals, periodontal therapy, and more when your teeth are in optimal alignment.
If you have dental insurance, it may cover some of your treatment, and we can find out for you. We also offer several financing plans with 100% approval to make Invisalign affordable for every budget and credit score – even no credit! If eligible, you may even pay $99 down and enjoy $99 monthly payments with 0% interest!
Check out our current specials and discounts to see how you can save even more on Invisalign!
Yes, dental insurance may cover up to $3,500 of orthodontic treatment. We can check your dental benefits to see what it will cover for you. We also offer Invisalign payment plans. Keep in mind that mail-order dental aligners, like Smile Direct Club aren’t usually covered by dental insurance. Why? Dental insurers believe that actual dentists should administer and monitor your treatment, not a computer and 3D printer!
Typical Invisalign treatment time frames depend on the complexity of the case and compliance of the patient. Expect treatment to last from three to twelve months.
Don’t worry too much! Your treatment fee includes at least one replacement. Make sure ou let us know as soon as possible so your teeth don’t shift!
*Only Invisalign Comprehensive product includes additional aligners at no charge.
Yes! Since receiving FDA approval, Invisalign has helped more than 6 million people transform their smiles. It took 8 years of research and development, 260 tested materials, and decades of expertise in biomechanics and material science to develop Invisalign. As long as you comply with your treatment plan and wear your aligners as recommended, your results should be extremely predictable and successful.
Invisalign is a slightly different experience with some unique perks, including:
Invisalign pioneered the world of clear aligners, and the product stems from 8 years of research, science, and biomechanics. The aligners use a higher quality material than any mail-order alternatives, making them more comfortable, effective, and attractive.
Brands like Smile Direct Club also lack the professional supervision you get with Invisalign clear aligners. Without a dental exam, you don’t know if you have other dental conditions that could impact and interfere with your treatment. Further, you don’t have check-ins with a real dentist to monitor your progress and ensure everything is progressing properly. There’s a good chance you could end up less than satisfied with the results.
Some discomfort is common with any orthodontic treatment since it involves moving your teeth. However, Invisalign is less painful than traditional braces since you don’t have brackets and aligners or monthly adjustments. Changing out custom-fitted aligners creates more gradual movement and less irritation to the soft tissues of your mouth. Of course, if you have a sharp edge on one of your trays, let us know and we can adjust it for you!
Your dentist will provide specific instructions based on your case. Typically you can expect to wear them full time at first and then gradually reduce the amount of wear-time until it’s only at night.