How Much Does It Cost for a Consultation for Invisalign® Braces?
We provide a free consultation to our patients or prospective patients who are interested in Invisalign® braces. Call our office in Wylie today to schedule an appointment for your free consultation.
Invisalign® and Clear Braces
Invisalign® Braces – How Do They Work?
Teeth that are misaligned can be straightened through the use of Invisalign® braces. Using clear, custom fit aligning trays, Invisalign® braces gently pressure the teeth into proper alignment. As your treatment progresses, you’ll receive a new set of aligners about every two weeks.
What’s the Total Cost of Invisalign® Braces?
The cost of your Invisalign® braces will depend on the length of the treatment you need as well as the degree to which your teeth are misaligned. Call our office in Wylie to schedule a free, no-obligation appointment and your dentist will provide you with an estimate.
Invisalign® and Clear Braces – What’s the Difference?
Invisalign® uses clear aligner trays to straighten your teeth, whereas clear braces use brackets and wires like metal braces use. Invisalign® trays can be removed, whereas clear braces cannot. Clear braces require fewer adjustments than Invisalign®.
How Do Clear Braces Straighten Your Teeth?
Like metal braces, clear braces use brackets and wires to straighten teeth that are misaligned. Clear braces are significantly less noticeable than traditional metal braces.
How Much Do Clear Braces Cost Near Me?
The cost of clear braces is unique to each patient and will depend on several factors. Your overall dental health, the degree of alignment needed, the length of the treatment required, your insurance coverage, and any additional orthodontic treatments required will all factor into your overall cost. Call our office in Wylie today to schedule a free consultation.
Clear Braces versus Invisalign®
Clear braces may be a good alternative for those patients whose orthodontic requirements preclude the use of Invisalign®. Call our office in Wylie to learn more about which would be best for you.
Metal, Ceramic, And Self-ligating Braces
Why Metal Braces Work Better Than Invisalign®
Sometimes, a patient’s orthodontic issues may make them unsuitable candidates for Invisalign®. This may make metal braces a more suitable solution for them. Call our office in Wylie for more information.
How Much Do Metal Braces Cost?
Metal braces can be the most cost-effective and usually cost less than Invisalign®. However, the cost of orthodontic work for each patient depends on their unique circumstance. Your dentist will be able to provide you with a free cost estimate when you make an appointment with our office in Wylie.
Metal Braces or Ceramic?
Ceramic braces may require a longer treatment time but they’re less noticeable and more expensive, as are clear braces and Invisalign®. Metal braces are very visible, which is a factor for some patients.
How Are Self-Ligating Braces Better?
Self-ligating braces may be more comfortable and require a shorter treatment time than traditional metal braces. There’s less friction on the teeth and less force is required for straightening. They use a spring-loaded device rather than the elastic bands used on traditional metal braces.
How Much Do Self-Ligating Braces Cost?
The cost of self-ligating braces varies from patient to patient. Factors that will determine the cost include the length of the treatment time that’s needed and the presence of any additional orthodontic work that’s needed. Call our office in Wylie to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
Orthodontics, Phase 1
Is There an Orthodontist Office Near Wylie?
If your teeth need orthodontic work or braces, our office in Wylie has several options available that will provide you with the dazzling smile you’ve always wanted. Call us today for more information.
What’s the Cost of Orthodontic Treatment?
The cost of your orthodontic treatment will be unique to you based upon your individual needs. Factors that will influence the cost include your age, the type of braces you need, and your insurance coverage.
Orthodontist vs. Pediatric Dentist
Both pediatric dentists and orthodontic dentists undergo similar training in order to be licensed, but orthodontists have a minimum of two years of additional training specifically for orthodontic work. Orthodontists specialize in bite issues, crowded and crooked teeth, misaligned teeth, and more.
How Does Phase 1 Orthodontics Work?
Phase 1 orthodontics is usually started on children who are between 6 and 10 years old: It usually lasts between 6 and 12 months. After phase 1 treatment, children usually need to wear a retainer until all of their permanent teeth are in.
What’s the Cost of Phase 1 Orthodontics?
The cost of phase 1 orthodontics for your child will depend on your child’s unique needs. Call our office in Wylie to schedule an appointment and receive an estimate of the cost for your child’s phase 1 orthodontic treatment regimen.
Phase 1 vs. Phase 2 Orthodontics
Phase 1 orthodontics is considered an early interceptive treatment that helps prevent problems later on. We recommend that it start between the ages of 6 and 10 years old when children have severe orthodontic issues. Phase 2 treatment usually occurs between the ages of 11 and 13 and involves the permanent teeth. Call our office in Wylie to learn more information about phase 1 and phase 2 orthodontic treatment for your child.