Invisalign®, Braces & Orthodontics in Jenkins Heights

What Will an Orthodontic Consultation Cost?

Are you in need of orthodontic treatment? Our team of skilled professionals offers free consultation services to all of our existing patients. Pick up the phone and call us today to schedule your appointment.

Invisalign® and Clear Braces

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

What Are Invisalign® Straightener Trays?

Patients looking for a discreet way of aligning their teeth often choose to pursue orthodontic treatment with Invisalign®. This course of treatment is made up of a series of clear trays that are custom-crafted to the patient’s mouth. These trays apply pressure on the teeth, slowly moving them into the desired position. As treatment progresses, you will be given new aligner trays every two weeks.

How Much Will I Pay for Invisalign Clear Trays?

The total of your bill will depend on how complex your orthodontic issues are and the length of time it will take for your treatment. Our dentist in Jenkins Heights will be able to provide you with an estimate of the overall cost of your Invisalign treatment after your initial consultation.

What Is the Difference Between Invisalign and Braces?

The main difference between Invisalign and braces is that Invisalign is comprised of removable aligner trays. These trays are less noticeable than the metal brackets and wires that make up traditional braces. While traditional braces are more noticeable, they tend to not need as many adjustments as Invisalign braces.

What Makes Clear Braces a Good Option for Treating Orthodontic Issues?

Clear braces are an excellent option for treating your orthodontic issues. They use the same bracket and wire system to move the teeth into position as traditional metal braces. Since the materials used are less apparent than with metal braces, they are a popular option for patients who want straighter teeth without it being obvious that they are pursuing orthodontic treatment.

What Is the Cost for Clear Braces?

If you want a discreet orthodontic treatment option, clear braces may be the right choice for you. While they tend to be less affordable than metal braces, you might decide that they are worth the investment.

Clear Braces vs. Metal with Color

Metal braces with color and clear braces work in the same way to straighten teeth. Metal braces with color are generally more affordable than clear braces. Many people prefer clear braces due to how discreet they are in appearance. Clear braces are also a wonderful option for patients who want the look of Invisalign, but have complex orthodontic issues that make Invisalign a poor choice for them.

Metal and Ceramic Braces, and Self-Ligating Brackets

What Can You Tell Me About Metal Braces?

Metal braces gradually shift the teeth into alignment by utilizing brackets and wires. These brackets and wires apply constant pressure to the teeth over time.

What Will I Pay for Orthodontic Metal Braces?

For many of our patients, metal braces are less expensive than other alternatives like Invisalign, clear braces, self-ligating braces and ceramic braces. The amount you will need to pay for your braces will depend on a variety of factors. These include your insurance plan, how long you need braces and how complicated your case is.

Metal Braces vs. Invisalign

Metal braces are clearly visible on the teeth and consist of wires and brackets. Invisalign is a nearly invisible treatment option that consists of clear trays. Orthodontic treatment with Invisalign typically takes longer and costs more than metal braces.

How Do You Put on Self-Ligating Brackets?

Your orthodontist will put on your self-ligating brackets. These brackets utilize a small, spring-loaded door to hold the archwires in place. This method means that the entire straightening process will be faster and more comfortable for you than with traditional braces.

Can You Give Me an Estimate of What Self-Ligating Brackets Will Cost?

A recommended treatment plan and an estimate of the cost of that treatment will be provided to you after your complimentary consultation. Self-ligating brackets tend to be more expensive than other treatment plans.

Orthodontics, Phase 1

Is There an Orthodontist Office Near Me?

Our orthodontists in Jenkins Heights offer high-quality orthodontic services that will have you smiling before you know it. If you’ve been considering orthodontic treatment, book your consultation with one of our professional team members today.

How Much Do Orthodontics Cost?

The cost of pursuing orthodontic treatment varies from person to person. Your bill will be based on things like materials used, your insurance, how old you are and how long you will need to pursue treatment.

Why Should I See an Orthodontist Rather Than a Dentist?

While a regular dentist can take care of most of your dental care needs, there are some issues that require a specialist. Since orthodontists spend an extra two to three years studying how to treat misaligned jaws, bad bites, crooked teeth and crowded teeth, your dentist will most likely refer you to an orthodontist to address these issues.

Can You Explain Phase 1 Orthodontics to Me?

Phase 1 orthodontics is recommended for children between the ages of 6 and 10. This treatment addresses alignment issues that can cause problems if left unaddressed. Most Phase 1 treatments take between 6 and 12 months to complete. Children will need to wear a retainer until their permanent teeth have all erupted.

How Much Is the Cost of Phase 1 Orthodontics?

Many parents are concerned about the cost of Phase 1 orthodontics. The total of your bill will be determined by things like the complexity of your child’s issues and the type of dental insurance coverage that you have.

Phase 1 and Phase 2 Orthodontics

If your child does not yet have all of his or her adult teeth and is already exhibiting orthodontic issues, your orthodontist has probably recommended Phase 1 treatment. If a child already has all of his or her adult teeth, the orthodontist will recommend Phase 2 treatment.

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