Do I Have to Pay for an Invisalign® Consultation?
We offer courtesy Invisalign® and orthodontics consultations to our patients.
Invisalign® and Clear Braces
How Do Invisalign Trays Move Teeth?
Your alignment tray may not feel like it fits correctly. Each tray (you receive a new one every two weeks) will move your teeth a little more into alignment. At the end of two weeks, the tray should fit well.
What Is the Fee for Invisalign?
We base your fee for Invisalign on the degree of misalignment you need to correct. During your initial consultation, our dentist can give you an idea of what you will pay.
How Does Invisalign Compare to Fixed Braces?
Invisalign and clear ceramic braces straighten teeth in different ways. Invisalign’s aligner trays are removable, ceramic braces are a fixed appliance. Invisalign is almost invisible; a person standing right in front of you easily sees clear braces.
How Do Clear Braces for Teeth Correct Misalignments?
Clear, ceramic braces are ideal for discreetly straightening teeth. They work the same way as traditional braces, using an archwire attached to brackets on your teeth.
What Do Clear Braces Cost Near Me?
We strive to keep our fees affordable. However, clear braces do cost more than metal braces. Your cost is determined by the degree of misalignment that needs correcting; our dentist will provide you with an estimate after assessing your orthodontic issues.
How Do Clear Braces Compare to Traditional Silver Braces?
Clear braces are quite similar to metal braces, except they are not nearly as noticeable. Call our office to schedule a consultation. The dental professional you see will help you choose one of the teeth straightening options that we offer.
Metal and Ceramic Braces Self-Ligating Brackets
Why Are Metal Braces Sometimes Better than Invisalign?
Metal braces are often better for teens who may not have the discipline to wear an aligner tray 22 hours a day. Young teens may also lose the aligner trays, but with metal braces, there is no chance of losing them.
What Is the Cost of Traditional Metal Braces?
Metal braces are the most affordable option you will find to straighten your teeth. Call us and schedule a consultation for your braces today. A dentist will assess your teeth and then base his or her estimate on the degree of misalignment or malocclusion that needs correcting.
Are Metal Braces the Best Choice for Straightening Teeth?
Metal braces still enjoy popularity, despite patients having Invisalign and clear braces as options. Metal braces can correct severe misalignment or malocclusion issues, which is something that Invisalign and clear braces cannot do.
How Are Self-Ligating Brackets Better?
They offer a shorter treatment time as they help move teeth in a more efficient manner. The brackets also mean fewer appointments for adjustments.
How Much Are Self-Ligating Brackets Near Me?
Request a complimentary consultation with one of our dentists in Northeast Mansfield, who will talk to you about the cost of self-ligating brackets for your case.
Orthodontics, Phase 1
Where Can I Locate a Dentist or Orthodontist Near Me?
Call our practice in Northeast Mansfield for quality orthodontic care. Come in for a complimentary consultation to see how we can improve your smile.
What Is the Cost for Orthodontics?
Orthodontic treatments vary in cost. Additionally, the severity of your orthodontic problem plays a key role in determining your total cost. Call to arrange a consultation and your dentist can give you an estimated total cost.
Should I See a Dentist or Specialist for Braces?
Our dentists routinely treat patients with braces or Invisalign; however, they will refer patients with certain types of malocclusions and jaw issues to orthodontists.
What Is Phase 1 Orthodontics for Children?
Phase 1 orthodontic treatment occurs before a child has their permanent teeth. If there are signs that a child has, or will have, severe orthodontic problems, a dentist will intervene early.
How Much Are the Different Components of Phase 1 Orthodontics?
Phase 1 orthodontics may include a number of treatments that will vary in cost. Your dentist will explain any work that your child may need and let you know the anticipated cost.
What Is the Difference Between Phase 1 and Phase 2 Orthodontics?
Phase 2 orthodontic work will occur when your child has most of his or her adult teeth, typically around age 11-13. The typical treatment is braces.