Charges can vary depending on the length of treatment, however, you can expect to pay between $3500-$6000. For a breakdown of costs at our dental office visit bracescostinfo.net
Typically, an insurance policy that covers traditional braces also covers Invisalign to the same extent. In addition, many doctors offering financing through companies such as Chase Health Advance.
Like traditional braces, the length of treatment depends on the complexity of the case. Treatment time typically is about the same as conventional braces—about a year.
Experienced doctors can use Invisalign to treat the vast majority of people who want straighter teeth. According to the Journal of the American Dental Association, two-thirds to three-fourths of American adults (between 136 and 154 million) have some sort of malocclusion (crooked teeth) and could benefit from orthodontic treatment.
Nearly invisible: You can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing.
Removable: You can eat and drink what you want.
Better oral hygiene: You can brush and floss normally to maintain healthy gums and teeth.
Comfortable: There are no wires, metal or brackets to cause mouth abrasion.
The patient meets with an Invisalign-trained dentist who takes orthodontic records of the patient’s teeth, including impressions, and fills out an Invisalign treatment prescription form and sends all the material to Align Technology.
At Align, a computer model of the patient’s teeth is created from the impressions. Align then uses its advanced, 3-D imaging software to generate a graphical representation of the doctor’s treatment plan—almost like an animated movie of the way the patient’s teeth will move from the current position to the final desired position.