Invisalign treatment has become a popular way to fix teeth that are crooked, gapped, and crowded. If you are considering orthodontic treatment, you may be given a choice as to which corrective appliance you should get. There are several options, including traditional braces, lingual braces, and veneers. One factor to consider if you are thinking about getting Invisalign is the cost.
The price of Invisalign treatment has been known to be comparable to the cost of traditional braces. However, there is no one set price. What you pay will be dependent on:
• The complexity of your dental needs
• The expected length of your treatment
• Where you live (Rural areas tend to have lower prices than big cities)
• Your orthodontist (Some practices charge more than others)
• The level of experience of your orthodontist
Invisalign consists of a series of plastic trays which you will receive two weeks at a time. These trays are clear, offering a level of discretion not possible with other similar treatments. They are also removable, so you can enjoy all of your favorite foods without worry. With Invisalign, you are not only paying to straighten your teeth, but for these added benefits.
Beware of companies offering “cheap Invisalign” treatments. All teeth move and adjust in the same way – very slowly. Quick and very inexpensive offers may not be legitimate. Be sure to talk to your doctor about which treatment is right for you.