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Invisalign Costs

Invisalign Costs

Are you considering getting clear aligners to straighten your teeth? First, you want to go over the Invisalign costs before committing to the treatment. Various factors go into the cost, so you’ll need to schedule a consultation to find out how much you’ll pay. Still, you can get some information to get a basic idea of how much you’ll spend.

What Is the Average Cost of Invisalign in Massachusetts?

When evaluating the price, first look at how much people spend around the country. On average, Invisalign costs $3,000-$7,000.

However, Massachusetts residents typically spend more than people in the south or Midwest. Thus, if someone pays $3,000 for Invisalign in Mississippi, the same treatment might cost slightly more in Massachusetts.

Still, most people don’t spend more than $5,000 on treatment, regardless of location. The average cost of Invisalign in Massachusetts tends to be around $5,000 or less. However, additional factors go into pricing.

Will My Insurance Reduce the Invisalign Costs?

If you have dental insurance, it will likely cover some of your Invisalign treatment. You can find out by talking to your benefits manager at work or speaking directly with your orthodontist. The team at your orthodontist’s office can review your policy to see if it’s covered.

If you have Invisalign coverage, it will likely pay for around $2,000-$3,000. That makes getting your teeth straightened much more affordable.

Do Drs. Carvalho and Roth Offer Payment Plans?

If you choose to go to Carvalho & Roth Orthodontics, you can get a payment plan for your Invisalign treatment. The plans are flexible, affordable, and interest-free.

Factors That Can Affect Invisalign Costs

Now that you have a basic idea of the cost, it’s time to look at what affects the amount of money you’ll pay. As you already know, your location has an impact on the cost. However, that’s far from the only thing that goes into your quote.

The Severity of Your Issue and Duration of the Treatment

The severity of your issue is also considered when determining the cost. If you have a severe alignment issue, it’ll cost more than it would for fixing a minor issue.

The duration of treatment also impacts the cost. Keep in mind that you can shorten the treatment time by using AcceleDent. This has been shown to reduce treatment duration by up to 50 percent.

Access to Dental Monitoring Technology During Treatment

Access to dental monitoring technology can also affect the cost. With dental monitoring, you have fewer visits. Instead, you’ll send in photos, and the dentist will monitor your progress from afar. This can help you reduce the overall cost of treatment.

Experience of the Orthodontist Impacts the Overall Cost

An experienced Massachusetts Invisalign orthodontist can help you move through treatment faster, even if you have a complicated alignment issue. Also, an experienced provider knows how to overcome various roadblocks during treatment. Thus, choosing such a provider can help you lower your overall costs.

Dr. Roberto Carvalho and Dr. Menachem Roth are VIP: Diamond Plus Invisalign providers, making them two of the most experienced orthodontists in the country. That means you can expect competitive pricing when you choose Dr. Carvalho or Dr. Roth.

Benefits of Invisalign Over Other Types of Braces

The Invisalign costs are just one part of the equation to consider. Additionally, you need to think about the benefits of clear aligners over other types of braces. Then, you’ll understand that while Invisalign can be a bit more expensive, it’s worth it due to its advantages.

The Clear Aligners Are Practically Invisible

It’s hard to hide it when you have traditional metal braces. Even clear braces aren’t totally invisible, so others will still know you’re straightening your teeth.

Fortunately, Invisalign aligners are as close to invisible as you can get. Don’t be surprised if people don’t even realize you’re undergoing orthodontic treatment while wearing them. In fact, people will have to be up close or see you taking them out to realize you’re wearing Invisalign.

You Can Remove the Trays Whenever You Want

You can’t take out braces anytime, so you have to watch what you eat and drink. Plus, you have to be extra careful when playing sports, and your braces will be front and center of every photograph you take

Fortunately, Invisalign is the solution to these problems. You need to wear the aligners 20-22 hours a day. That means you have up to four hours to go without them, so you can eat, drink, play sports, and smile for photos without your braces getting in the way.

Stay on Top of Your Oral Hygiene With Invisalign

Initially, the Invisalign costs might be a bit more than traditional braces. However, you can save money with Invisalign by maintaining your oral hygiene. Because you can take out the aligners to brush and floss your teeth, you shouldn’t have to worry about cavities or gum disease during treatment.

On the other hand, you have to find a way to brush and floss around brackets and wires with braces. Thus, you could end up spending the money you saved to get your cavities treated when the orthodontist removes the braces.

Visit the Orthodontist Less With Invisalign

Orthodontists don’t need to see patients in person as often when treating them with Invisalign. Those in-person visits are even fewer and further between when your provider offers remote dental monitoring. This also has a benefit regarding your Invisalign costs.

A Comfortable Way to Straighten Your Teeth

Invisalign aligners are surprisingly comfortable. Thus, you don’t have to deal with sores on your gums when straightening your teeth. If you are looking for the most comfortable way to get a straight smile, Invisalign is likely the right choice.

Schedule a Consultation to Go Over Your Invisalign Costs

You need to undergo a consultation to find out how much Invisalign will cost you. Thus, schedule a free evaluation with Drs. Carvalho and Roth of Carvalho & Roth Orthodontics.

Set up your consultation by calling (508) 485-8788 to reach our Marlborough office. You can reach our Northborough office at (508) 393-5400 or our Newton Center location at (617) 332-2434.

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