Orthodontics can be used to treat cosmetic concerns, bite problems and a range of dental health issues. The majority of patients have mild to moderate problems that can be effectively treated with invisible braces. Dr. Donald Reid offers Invisalign® for orthodontic treatment that is comfortable, convenient and virtually unnoticeable.
Dr. Reid may recommend invisible braces as part of a smile makeover or cosmetic treatment plan or to address:
- Crooked or misaligned teeth
- Cross bite
- Over bite
- Under bite
In about a year, most patients can complete treatment and enjoy both a beautiful new smile and improved dental health.
Benefits of Choosing Invisalign®
Patients enjoy several key benefits with Invisalign clear braces:
- Treatment is easy to plan with comfortable, digital impressions
- Easy, convenient aligners are removable for daily oral hygiene, eating and dental care
- Clear aligners are made from a comfortable material that will not irritate the gums and soft tissues of the mouth
Straightening your teeth will not only improve the aesthetics of your smile, but will improve your dental health in many ways. Straight teeth are easier to brush and floss daily and will not contribute to bite problems down the road.
What To Expect
Your treatment begins with easy, digital impressions that are taken by Dr. Reid to be used in the creation of your custom aligners.
Once your set of aligners are ready, Dr. Reid will provide instructions on when and for how long to wear each one as they gradually move your teeth into the desired position.
The final aligner will serve as a retainer to keep your smile looking good.
How Much Does It Cost?
Many patients are surprised to learn how affordable Invisalign can be, even when compared to traditional metal braces. The total cost of your treatment will depend on the severity of the issue being treated and the number of aligners needed to treat it.
On average, the cost of Invisalign treatment ranges from $3,500 to $8,000. The national average is $5,000 per case. A minor treatment case, such as an adult with orthodontic relapse, may cost as little as $2,000. Dr. Reid will evaluate your dental health and let you know how much it will cost to treat your unique concerns.
Are invisible braces covered by insurance?
Invisible braces are typically not covered by insurance. Dr. Reid will help you with any billing and paperwork to maximize your dental insurance benefits. We also offer third party financing and payment plans for patients concerned about the cost of Invisalign treatment.