Cost of Invisalign
Invisalign is a great way to straighten your teeth. The price is comparable to traditional braces—and can sometimes even be cheaper—and the results are just as good. If you are thinking about getting clear aligners, be sure to ask your dentist about the cost of Invisalign.
How Much Does Invisalign Cost?
At DNA Dental Dallas, the average cost of Invisalign ranges from $4,000-$6,000, depending on the severity of the alignment issue. We offer payment plans and discounts, so be sure to ask about financing options.
What is Included with Invisalign treatment?
During the consultation, our orthodontist will examine your teeth and jaw and make necessary adjustments to the treatment plan. A consultation is an essential part of Invisalign treatment and can help to ensure that you are satisfied with the results.
Set of Before and After Photos
In this before-and-after set of photos, you can see the amazing transformation you underwent in just a matter of months. You can see your progression from misaligned teeth to a beautifully straight smile.
Digital Diagnostic Scan
A digital diagnostic scan allows us to create a three-dimensional model of your teeth so we can more accurately map out your treatment plan. The scan is quick and easy; best of all, it doesn’t require messy impressions!
At-Home Whitening Treatment
The at-home whitening treatment is simple: wear the aligner trays for two hours a day, and the trays will gradually whiten your teeth. The at-home whitening treatment is safe and gentle and a great way to get a whiter smile. Plus, it’s convenient because you can do it at home.
This process helps to ensure that your teeth are correctly aligned before your aligners are put in place.
Cosmetic Polishing of Teeth
Cosmetic polishing is recommended as part of Invisalign treatment to ensure that the aligners fit snugly and evenly on your teeth. In addition, polishing can help to remove any minor imperfections on your teeth that may be visible when the aligners are removed.
4 Sets of Invisalign Retainers
The Invisalign treatment plan includes four sets of clear, plastic trays called retainers.
Factors Affecting the Cost of Invisalign
The cost of Invisalign treatment will vary depending on a few factors. The first is the severity of the patient’s oral health issues. More complex cases will require more aligners and may take longer to correct, resulting in a higher overall cost.
The second factor is the doctor’s experience and expertise. Dentists who are extensively trained in Invisalign techniques tend to charge more for their services.
Ways to Pay for Invisalign Treatment
While dental insurance plans don’t usually cover the entire treatment cost of Invisalign, they can help to offset some of the expense. To find out if your insurance plans cover Invisalign treatment, contact your dental insurance provider and ask about orthodontic treatment benefits.
Monthly Payment Plans
A monthly payment plan can be a great option if you don’t have the full amount upfront or want to spread out the actual treatment costs. Our orthodontists will work with you to set up affordable monthly payments.
FSA or HSA
If you have a Flexible Spending Account( FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA), you may be able to use it to cover part or all of your Invisalign treatment. You should check with your plan administrator to see what costs are eligible for reimbursement.
Frequently Asked Questions
Invisalign uses a series of custom-made plastic aligners that gradually shift your teeth into place. Each aligner is worn for about two weeks before being replaced with the next one in the series. The entire treatment process typically takes around 12 months.
Invisalign is an effective dental technology that has helped thousands of people achieve straight teeth. It can be used to treat a wide range of dental issues, including crowded teeth, misaligned teeth, and crooked teeth.
The average treatment time for Invisalign is around 12 months. However, this can vary depending on the individual case. Some people may see results in as little as six months. Others may need up to 18 months to achieve their desired results.
Other treatment options are available for patients who aren’t interested in Invisalign. These include traditional braces, which are metal brackets bonded directly onto the surface of the teeth, or ceramic braces, which are similar to traditional braces but use clear ceramic.
Learn More About Invisalign at DNA Dental Dallas
DNA Dental Dallas offers comprehensive Invisalign treatments from our state-of-the-art facility. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and achieve that beautiful smile you have always wanted!