Invisalign®, Braces & Orthodontics in The Energy Corridor

What Will I Pay for an Orthodontic or Invisalign® Consultation Cost?

Have you been wondering if Invisalign® or other orthodontic treatments are a good solution to your orthodontic issues? If so, contact our clinic to book your complimentary consultation.

Invisalign® and Clear Braces

Orthodontics in [GEOID] | Invisalign, Clear, Metal, & Lingual Braces

How Invisalign Treatment Works

Invisalign is a discreet and aesthetically pleasing way for many of our patients to pursue orthodontic treatment. This treatment option is comprised of custom-fitted, clear aligner trays that gently push the teeth into the desired position. If you pursue Invisalign treatments, you will receive a new aligner tray every two weeks.

What Will I Pay for Invisalign Treatment?

Once one of our dentists in The Energy Corridor has completed your consultation, we will be able to give you an estimate on the overall cost of your Invisalign treatments. Your bill will depend on how complex your issues are and how long it will take for the treatment to achieve your desired results.

Invisalign versus Self-Ligating Braces

If you choose to use Invisalign, your treatments will consist of a series of clear, custom-made trays that are changed out every two weeks. The trays will gradually shift your teeth into the desired alignment. Treatment time for Invisalign generally takes longer than other treatments, like self-ligating brackets and traditional braces.

How Do Clear Braces Straighten Your Teeth?

Clear braces a less visible way to straighten your teeth. Just like metal braces, they work by utilizing wires and brackets to move the teeth gradually into position.

What Do Clear Braces Cost Near Me?

Finding a local orthodontist in The Energy Corridor that provides clear braces doesn’t have to be a challenge. Our office will be able to provide you with an estimate of the cost for your clear braces. What you will owe will depend on factors like the severity and complexity of your orthodontic issues and how long you need to pursue orthodontic treatment to resolve them.

Clear Braces versus Silver Braces

The only real difference between silver braces and clear braces is that silver braces are less discreet. Clear braces offer a near invisible look and are a good option for patients who prefer the invisible look of Invisalign but aren’t able to use clear aligners due to the complexity of their issues.

Metal, Ceramic and Self-Ligating Braces

How Do Metal Braces Work?

Metal braces work via a system of wires and brackets. This system will slowly move the teeth into alignment by applying constant pressure to the teeth.

What Is the Average Cost for Metal Braces?

Many of our patients find that metal braces are less expensive than other options. How much you will pay will depend on how much orthodontic correction is required, how long you need the braces and what kind of dental insurance plan you have.

Metal Braces versus Invisalign

Metal braces are often recommended in cases where a patient has complicated alignment issues that can’t be solved with Invisalign. While metal braces are visible in the mouth, they are usually a cheaper and faster option than Invisalign.

What Are Self-Ligating Brackets?

Self-ligating brackets are a more comfortable alternative to other kinds of braces. Since self-ligating brackets use a spring-loaded door to hold the archwire in place, they don’t use as much force and friction to move the teeth into alignment.

What Will I Have to Pay for Self-Ligating Brackets?

As with any orthodontic treatment, the cost of self-ligating brackets will vary from person to person. While self-ligating brackets tend to be expensive, you and your orthodontist may decide that they are the best course of action for you to pursue.

Orthodontics, Phase 1

Is There an Office Providing Orthodontist Procedures Near Me?

If you’re looking for an orthodontist in The Energy Corridor, you’ve come to the right place. Our team of professionals offers an array of orthodontic treatment services so that you can achieve the smile of your dreams.

What is the Cost for Orthodontics?

Once you have had your consultation with one of our orthodontists, you will have a better idea of what your treatment will cost. The total of your bill will depend upon your age, the type of braces you receive, the complexity of your alignment issues and your dental insurance.

Orthodontist versus Pediatric Dentist

You may be wondering why your dentist has referred you to an orthodontist. In addition to having many of the same licensing requirements, orthodontists spend an extra two to three years training in orthodontics. This leaves them uniquely qualified to handle issues like bad bites, misaligned jaws and crooked or crowded teeth. You may find that in some cases a pediatric dentist is able to treat your child’s alignment issues, and if not your child will be referred to an orthodontist.

Why Does My Child Need Phase 1 Orthodontics?

If your child is exhibiting alignment issues and is between the ages of 6-10, your orthodontist has probably recommended that your child start Phase 1 orthodontic treatment. This treatment typically takes between 6 and 12 months to complete and will require your child to wear a retainer until their permanent teeth have erupted.

What Is the Cost for Phase 1 Orthodontics?

Our team recommends that children receive an orthodontic consultation by the age of seven. This consultation will help us to determine whether Phase 1 treatment is necessary. If so, the cost of your bill will be determined by your insurance and what your child’s alignment needs are.

The Differences Between Phase 1 and Phase 2 Orthodontics

Phase 1 orthodontics is an early intervention treatment that happens between the ages of 6 and 10. Children who need Phase 1 treatment have exhibited alignment issues that need to be addressed immediately. Phase 2 treatment happens between the ages of 11 and 13, after the adult teeth have erupted.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®