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Invisalign Clear Aligners

What is Invisalign?
Invisalign treatment involves a series of clear, removeable, custom-made aligners for your teeth that gradually straighten and perfect your teeth and bite. Invisalign can be used to treat crooked or crowded teeth, overbite, underbite, crossbite, gap teeth, open bite, and more.

Here’s how the process works:

  1. Your dentist scans your mouth with an iTero 3D Scanner to show you your problem areas and gives you a glimpse at what your future smile could look like after Invisalign treatment
  2. Your dentist then creates the digital aligners roadmap to show the treatment progression
  3. Then, the digital roadmap your dentist created is brought to life with 3D printing and your aligners are made
  4. Each aligner plays a specific role in your smile perfecting process — addressing the issue and applying enough pressure to correct them one at a time
  5. Depending on the severity of your issues and what you are trying to correct, Invisalign can take as little as three months for some patients
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Limited Time Low Price of $4,299!

As a part of our commitment to affordable dental and orthodontic care, we are happy to offer Invisalign for a limited time at only $4,299, which is up to $2,000 less than other nearby dental practices.

Paying For Invisalign

We have several financing programs in place to help make Invisalign affordable for any budget or credit score – even no credit. If eligible, you might even pay $0 down and enjoy 0% interest monthly payments!

The cost of Invisalign is similar to braces. This one-time investment in your smile will lead to a lifetime of improved dental health, plus a beautiful smile. If you have dental insurance, part of your treatment may be covered. We can find out for you.

Before and After Invisalign:

Get started with Invisalign today! Call us any time at 855-277-9779 or click below to locate an Invisalign office near you and book your appointment online.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Invisalign

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Yes! Insurance may cover up to $3,500. We can check your dental benefits for you and let you know. It’s important to note that mail-order aligners such as Smile Direct Club are usually not covered by insurance. Why? Like us, insurance companies believe you should have an actual dentist administer your treatment, not a computer and 3D printer. It’s much safer and more effective this way.

This depends on the complexity of your case and how often you wear your aligners. Your dentist will determine how long your treatment will take based on your needs. On average, Invisalign treatment time is 12 – 18 months, but many people notice changes in a matter of weeks. Some patients may only need to wear aligners for 6 months.

Not to worry. Your $4,299 price* includes additional aligners should you misplace your current set. Just make sure to alert us as soon as possible so your teeth don’t shift!

*Only Invisalign Comprehensive product includes additional aligners at no charge

Yes! Invisalign is FDA approved and has helped over 6 million people transform their smiles. Invisalign is based on 8 years of research and development, 260 tested materials, and decades of expertise in biomechanics and material science. As long as you are compliant in wearing your aligners as recommended, your treatment should be extremely predictable and successful.

  1. Removable: Eat and drink whatever you please without getting food stuck. You can also brush and floss as you usually do, without having to worry about cleaning in between brackets and wires.
  2. Quick & Convenient: Studies have shown that treatment with Invisalign clear aligners finished 5 months faster on average than with braces. Appointments are less frequent and faster with no wires or bands to change out.
  3. Appearance: Because the aligners are completely clear, you can keep your treatment a secret! Invisalign is perfect for those who want straighter teeth but don’t want to completely change their look with metal braces.
  4. No Brackets & Wires: With traditional braces, brackets can create sores or cuts and cause discomfort and emergency appointments to get them fixed. If you play contact sports or play an instrument using your mouth, Invisalign could be a much better option for you.
  5. Comfort: In addition to no brackets or wires to rub on your mouth, Invisalign is less painful than traditional braces because the changes happen more gradually with weekly or biweekly aligner changes as opposed to monthly visits/adjustments.

Invisalign was the pioneer of clear aligners–their product is based on 8 years of research, science, and biomechanics.The aligners are made of a higher quality material than other mail-order aligners, making them more comfortable, effective, and attractive.

The major problem with brands such as Smile Direct Club is the lack of professional supervision. Without a dental exam, there’s no way of knowing if you have decay or another dental condition that could interfere with your treatment. There’s also no check-ups with a real dentist to make sure everything is moving as it should be, so you are less likely to be happy with the final result.

As with any orthodontic treatment, it is common to experience discomfort with Invisalign. However, it is less painful than traditional metal braces, because there are no metal brackets and you are switching out aligners weekly or biweekly instead of monthly braces adjustments. More gradual changes can mean less pain. Invisalign aligners are engineered for comfort and are precision-trimmed according to your gum line, but if you’re experiencing a sharp edge on your aligners, let us know and we can adjust it for you.

Your dentist will provide specific instructions on how often you need to wear your retainers. Typically, you will wear your retainers full time after finishing treatment, and then you may gradually reduce how much you wear them until you only have to wear them at night.

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