Choosing whether or not you want Invisalign is a big decision, especially because you have to consider the cost of your treatment. It’s the dentist’s job to make sure that your treatment meets at the balance between effectiveness and cost-effectiveness. To find out more about Invisalign in Miami check out our resource.

There’s no one-size-fits-all treatment to straighten teeth, which explains why there’s no way to find out how much it’ll cost on this or any other website. You’ll have to see Dr. Derek Sanders and his team for a quote. Most of the time, we will compute your quote by factoring in just how severe your oral situation is. We will also consider how many times you’ll have to come into the office, as well as how much Invisalign and dental technology will be required in order to achieve the envisioned results. For some, a longer timetable can affect pricing; you might need to continue Invisalign treatments from your teenage years into your adulthood, which might require more doctor’s office visits and, thus, a higher budget.

Typically, the quoted fee will cover everything, including:

  • Photographs, X-rays, growth charts and study models so that you can track your progress throughout the treatment
  • Invisalign retainers and any additional appliances required to straighten and realign your teeth
  • Any office or emergency visits you might require as related to your treatment
  • Any procedures performed and follow-up visits required after you finish your treatment
  • A set of retainers so that your teeth stay in their straight and upright positions
  • Any retention visits you need after taking your Invisalign out

Of course, our office reserves the right to charge you for any additional work that is caused by your wear and tear. For example, if you choose to eat a sticky food that’s known to damage orthodontic gear, you will have to pay for any damage it causes. Any lost supplies will also be replaced with your funds, not by our orthodontic practice.

The cost of your treatment might also be affected by your insurance. Many providers offer partial or full coverage for teeth straightening, although it does vary from company to company. Check with your provider to see if you qualify and how to put these resources into practice.

Finally, be sure to note that you can pay for your treatment in a single lump sum or elect to do so with monthly payments over the course of a few years or more. Talk with us about this option and be sure to take notes.

Again, the most important thing to remember is that there’s not one price for everyone who elects for an Invisalign surgery. Instead, Orthodontics Only will craft the perfect plan for your teeth and consider the time it’ll take before giving you a number. If it’s worth it to achieve the straightened smile of your dreams, then you might just be slipping your Invisalign retainers into place sooner than you know it.