Invisalign®, Braces & Orthodontics in University Park

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Invisalign® and Clear Braces

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

Invisalign® – how does it work?

Invisalign® is a unique method for progressively shifting your teeth into the proper position. This method uses clear aligner trays that are customized to fit your teeth. Every two weeks, you’ll receive new trays to keep your teeth moving.

Invisalign: What’s the Total Cost?

The extent of your alignment issues and the projected length of your treatment determines your Invisalign total cost. After your needs are assessed, our dentists in University Park will give you an estimate.

Invisalign versus Fixed Braces

Fixed braces can also be clear, but they generally use conventional wires and bracket. Invisalign uses clear trays that fit over your teeth and are removable.

How Clear Braces Work?

With clear braces, white or clear brackets and wires are used to gradually shift teeth. Moving them with the same method as traditional braces, but with less noticeable equipment.

How Much Do Clear Braces Cost?

The cost of clear braces depends on the extent of your orthodontic issues. Clear braces are slightly more expensive than metal braces, but they are more discreet in appearance.

Clear Braces versus Metal Braces?

When weighing the benefits of clear braces vs metal braces, both are effective at straightening teeth. Talk to your dentist in University Park about the pros and cons of each option.

Metal, Ceramic Braces, and Self-Ligating Brackets

How Are Metal Braces Put On?

The application of metal braces takes one to two hours. Your dentist will affix brackets to designated teeth. Wires are then attached to the brackets, using tension to gradually move teeth into place.

Orthodontic Metal Braces Cost?

Metal braces usually are the most affordable option. Your total cost for metal braces depends on how much correction you need, how long you wear the braces and the amount of coverage your insurance will provide.

Metal Braces versus Invisalign

When it comes to considering Invisalign vs braces, braces generally work more quickly. On the other hand, metal braces are much more noticeable than Invisalign.

How Are Self-Ligating Brackets Better?

Self-ligating brackets eliminate the need for elastics to hold archwires in place. This improves comfort and reduces in-office adjustment time.

What Are the Costs of Self-Ligating Brackets?

Typically, self-ligating brackets cost more than conventional brackets. Your orthodontist will talk with you about your options, including whether self-ligating brackets are recommended for you.

Orthodontics, Phase 1

How Do I Find an Orthodontist in University Park

If you want a straighter smile, you can find an orthodontist in University Park by calling our office. Our team is experienced in different procedures and is willing to provide several orthodontic options to help you achieve a straighter smile.

What Will Orthodontics Cost?

Your cost of orthodontics is very individualized, based on issues such as age, insurance, length of treatment and the type of braces used.

Orthodontist vs Pediatric Dentist?

While your pediatric dentist is focused on the overall health of your child’s teeth, gums and jaw, an orthodontist has two to three additional years of training and study to straighten teeth.

What Is Phase 1 Orthodontics?

Phase 1 orthodontics corrects a child’s orofacial issues before permanent teeth erupt. This phase lasts 6 to 12 months, then the child wears a retainer until permanent teeth are in.

What Are the Costs of Phase 1 Orthodontics?

The cost of Phase 1 orthodontics are based on your child’s unique needs. These alignment needs should be evaluated beginning at age 7.

Are the Goals of Phase 1 versus Phase 2 Orthodontics Different?

The goal of Phase 1 orthodontics is to correct moderate or severe emerging issues in a young child’s jaw, palate or bite. Treatment usually occurs between ages 6-10. The goal of Phase 2 is to correct issues involving permanent teeth. Kids usually undergo this treatment between the ages of 11 and 13.

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