How much do invisible braces cost?

Unfortunately, there are no definite answers when it comes to how much invisible braces will cost. In fact, the price will depend entirely on how severely crooked your teeth are, as well as how long you’ll need to wear your invisible braces to realign your teeth. 

However, when it comes to fixing and restoring a crooked smile, orthodontic procedures, such as Invisible Braces, are one of the simplest, and most cost-effective options our patients currently have available! 

Compared to traditional braces, invisible braces are capable of straightening and restoring your smile without using brackets and wires, which many find not only unsightly, but also uncomfortable to wear. 

Instead, invisible braces are typically made from clear, plastic retainers, which are gradually swapped out over the course of several months until your smile is perfectly straight! 

 

Are there different types of invisible braces? 

Yes, invisible braces are either made from clear, plastic aligners, ceramics braces, which are less visible than metal, or they can sometimes be installed on the inside of the teeth, making them invisible from the outside. 

The Invisalign system is the most popular type of invisible braces, and has only been around for about 15 years. 

However, even though these are considerably newer technologies, Invisible Braces are no less effective at straightening teeth and improving smiles than traditional braces. 

Unlike traditional braces, invisible orthodontic systems are more comfortable, less invasive, and much more convenient since patients can easily remove their aligners when they eat, and then pop it back in afterward. 

 

On average, how much will invisible braces cost? 

Once again, without a proper consultation with your orthodontist, it’s impossible to give you an exact number as to how much invisible braces cost. 

For patients with minor occlusions and smaller smile deficiencies, invisible braces can cost as little as $1,500 to $2,000. On the other hand, however, patients with more severe dental issues can expect to pay as much as $5,000 or more for their invisible braces. 

Therefore, if you’re interested in learning more about invisible braces or other options for improving your smile, your best bet is to book an appointment with your dentist. 

He or she will be able to examine the current state of your smile and offer a more accurate estimate on how much it will cost. 

Ready to learn more? Don’t hesitate to contact the oral health experts at Chroma Dental today!