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If crowding, improper spacing, or bite issues are causing you to hide your smile, it may be time to consider orthodontic treatment. With Invisalign in Florida, you’ll be able to straighten your smile easily and discreetly.
What Are Invisalign® Clear Aligners?
Invisalign treatment consists of using a series of several aligner trays, which are created using clear, flexible plastic. These aligners work just like traditional braces, treating issues like overbite, crossbite, malocclusion, crowding, gapped teeth, and more. You’ll wear each set of trays for two weeks before progressing to the next set. Learn more about this discreet and comfortable way to straighten teeth by giving us a call.
How Much Will Invisalign Cost to Complete?
Dentists determine the Invisalign cost based on multiple factors. The complexity of your alignment issues, how long you’ll require treatment, and your insurance coverage will factor into the total cost. In most cases, the cost is similar to that of traditional braces. Please give us a call if you have questions about the price of treatment or our payment options.
How Long Does Invisalign Take to Correct Teeth?
How long you’ll wear Invisalign in Florida depends on the severity of your alignment issues. On average, adult patients complete their treatment anywhere between 10 months to a year. However, treatment can take up to two years if your alignment problems are complex. Our dentists are dedicated to helping you align your smile in the shortest amount of time possible.
Only a dentist with the proper training and licensing can treat patients using an invisible aligner system. Our experienced dentists have successfully treated teens and adults using Invisalign, and they’re committed to helping you achieve great results. Let us help you achieve a straighter, healthier smile – contact us now to get started.
Invisalign vs Braces
Patients should consider several factors when choosing between Invisalign vs braces. While appearance is important, undergoing the correct treatment is essential when it comes to obtaining the best results. Clear aligners are ideal for those with mild to moderate alignment problems, but they aren’t recommended for those who need extensive correction. Our Invisalign dentists will help you choose the correct course of treatment.
Are There Benefits to Getting Invisalign?
If you’re looking for a convenient, virtually invisible way to straighten your smile, contact our office to find out whether Invisalign in Florida is right for you. Here are some of the additional benefits you’ll receive from the invisible aligner system.
- The ability to enjoy the foods and beverages you love – no dietary restrictions
- Completely removable trays allow you to attend special events with confidence
- No uncomfortable metal wires or brackets, which can cause irritation
- Fewer required dental appointments – you’ll visit our office every four to six weeks
Can Anyone Get Invisalign?
Unfortunately, not every patient will be an ideal candidate for Invisalign. Children typically cannot be fitted with clear aligners because their mouths are still growing. However, adults and teens with mild or moderate alignment problems can see great results from the clear aligner system.
Does My Provider Offer Invisalign Insurance?
Our Invisalign dentists recommend that all patients consult with their insurance provider before receiving treatment with invisible aligners. Some plans offer coverage comparable to that of metal braces; however, not all plans cover orthodontic devices. Those without insurance may wish to consider flexible financing, which can make the Invisalign cost more affordable. Please give us a call to find out more about insurance, pricing, or flexible financing.
Life After Invisalign Treatment
After your treatment is complete, we recommend that you continue to visit our office for biannual cleanings and exams to keep your smile healthy. Dentists also recommend Invisalign retainers for those who have completed the clear aligner system, which will prevent your teeth from moving into the original position.