Your smile is an investment in yourself.
The cost of Invisalign® treatment is similar to braces, but that’s where the similarity ends. Invisalign clear aligners are removable and virtually invisible, so you can keep living your life and caring for your teeth throughout treatment the same way you always have.
And Invisalign treatment is now up to 50 percent faster with weekly aligner changes.*
Other clear aligners may attract attention with lower prices, but with Invisalign treatment you get the most advanced clear aligner system in the world. No other treatment system can offer:
- innovations based on 20 years of research,
- a track record of more than 4 million patients, and
- proprietary, multilayer SmartTrack® material, proven to fit better and more comfortably.**
What Determines Your Cost?
Talk with your doctor about the value of a professional fit and in-office visits to track your progress. And then ask about the cost of your Invisalign treatment (often $3,000 to $8,000 in the United States). This will be determined by:
- the complexity of your case,
- how long you are in treatment,
- where you live, and
- your orthodontic insurance coverage.
Your Payment Options
Many dental insurance plans cover Invisalign treatment just as they would other orthodontic treatments and may cover up to $3,500 of your treatment cost. Ask your doctor about how to use your orthodontic insurance coverage to pay for Invisalign treatment.
Did you know you can apply your flexible spending account toward Invisalign treatment? You can set aside up to $2,550 of your pretax dollars through your FSA and use those funds to help cover the cost of Invisalign treatment.
Many Invisalign-trained doctors offer flexible and affordable monthly payment plans. If your insurance doesn’t cover all of your treatment costs or if cost is a concern for you, discuss your options with your doctor.
Invisalign Treatment Cost Is Similar To That Of Braces
But that’s where the similarity ends.
*Weekly aligner changes are recommended for all Invisalign® treatments (with default staging protocol) for all Invisalign products. The decision to prescribe weekly aligner changes is at the doctor’s discretion. Monitor tooth movements such as rotations, extrusions, and significant root movements, particularly blue and black movements in the Tooth Movement Assessment (TMA). Depending on the patient response to treatment, particularly in mature adults, the doctor may consider longer periods between aligner changes.
**Compared to aligners made of off-the-shelf, single layer .030in material. Data on file at Align Technology.
This Align software tool is provided to create an estimate of the monthly cost of Invisalign treatment. Actual treatment costs must be obtained from an Invisalign-trained doctor. The tool is provided “as is” without any warranties.