How Much Do Consultations for Orthodontic Devices Cost?
Request an orthodontic consultation by calling our office. If you are a current patient, your consultation is free. We will schedule time for you to meet with a dentist to determine what orthodontic treatment is right for you.
Invisalign® and Clear Braces
How Does Invisalign® Move Teeth?
Invisalign® moves teeth with a series of aligners that gradually straighten teeth. Each aligner moves your teeth into a slightly straighter position.
How Much Does Invisalign Cost?
Your Invisalign treatment cost will depend on how long it takes to align your teeth. Our dentist will give you an estimate of your total cost after assessing your smile.
What Is the Difference Between Invisalign and Clear Braces?
Invisalign aligns teeth with a retainer-style tray that is changed every two weeks. Clear braces work like metal braces; you will need an adjustment about once a month.
How Do Clear Braces Straighten Your Teeth?
Clear braces straighten teeth the same way as traditional braces, with brackets and an archwire. If you are interested in clear braces, contact our office to schedule a consultation.
What Do Clear Braces Near Me Cost?
Your cost depends on the severity of your teeth’s misalignment. Clear braces will cost more than metal braces; however, many of our patients believe that the extra cost is worth it to straighten their teeth inconspicuously.
Which Works Faster Clear Braces or Invisalign?
Clear braces will straighten teeth faster than Invisalign. Invisalign has distinct advantages over clear braces. Call for a consultation to learn which is the better choice for you.
Metal, Ceramic and Self-Ligating Braces
Are Metal Braces Effective?
Metal braces are very effective. They work by having brackets and wires apply gentle pressure to teeth to shift them into the correct position.
Are Metal Braces Expensive?
Metal braces are one of the most affordable ways to straighten teeth. Their cost will depend on how much orthodontic correction is need. Dental insurance, if you are covered, may pay a portion of the cost. You can discuss the cost with your dentist during your consultation.
How Do Metal Braces Compare to Other Options for Straightening My Teeth?
Metal braces are the most visible option; however, colored rubber bands let kids show their personality. Metal braces also straighten teeth faster than any other option.
How Do Self-Ligating Braces Work?
Self-ligating braces have self-ligating brackets that don’t need rubber bands or metal ties to capture and hold the archwire. They may reduce your treatment time.
What Is the Cost of Self-Ligating Braces?
Speak to our dentist about whether self-ligating braces are right for you. If so, he or she will explain the cost.
Orthodontics, Phase 1
Where Can I Go for Orthodontic Treatment in Eilan?
Call our office and schedule a consultation. You will find that our skilled dental providers can offer numerous options to straighten your teeth.
Is There a Set Fee for Orthodontic Treatment?
Our affordable fees for orthodontic treatment are based on the patient’s unique situation. Your fee depends on the braces or Invisalign you select and whether you have dental insurance.
Do Dentists and Orthodontists Both Offer Braces?
Yes, however, a dentist will refer patients with complex orthodontic issues to an orthodontist, who has several years’ addition training in orthodontics.
Is Phase 1 Orthodontics Important?
Yes, an early intervention, while a child still has his or her baby teeth, may make a significant difference in the type and amount of orthodontic work the child may need during Phase 2.
Is the Phase 1 Orthodontics Price High?
There are a number of treatments that a dentist may employ to correct dental or bite issues. If your child needs Phase 1 treatment, you will learn the anticipated cost before any work begins.
How Does Phase 2 Orthodontics Compare to Phase 1?
Phase 2 orthodontics generally begins at age 11, once your child has the majority of their adult teeth. Braces are an example of Phase 2 orthodontics. Call us today to schedule an appointment for your child if he or she has any orthodontic issues.