How Much Does Invisalign Cost?

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Invisalign Payment Options in Stamford

The costs of bad teeth on your social and professional life are difficult to measure. And when your self-confidence takes a big hit due to misaligned teeth, there’s no telling what kinds of opportunities you don’t even try taking advantage of. On the other hand, the cost of teeth straightening is measurable.
With financial guidance from your local dental team, you can even straighten your teeth with the popular Invisalign clear aligner system. Don’t let money stop you from at least investigating your options. Call today for a free consultation.

Invisalign Treatment
Invisalign Treatment

Invisalign is the most popular choice for teeth straightening among adults. Even mature teenagers who prefer not to have a mouth full of metal may opt to straighten their teeth with the Invisalign process for kids. The nearly invisible teeth straightening clear aligners:

  • Straighten your teeth without anyone the wiser
  • Allow you to eat your favorite food and beverages during the treatment
  • Make brushing and cleaning easy
  • Close bothersome gaps
  • Correct uneven bites
  • Repair overbites, underbites, and crossbites

Your nearby Invisalign dentists are experts in state-of-the-art teeth straighteners. Call a team of experienced dentists, Ali Modiri, DDS, and Marjan Moghadam, DDS to find the best way to help you straighten your teeth and cover your Invisalign costs.

The Cost of Crooked Teeth

Research conducted by the American Dental Association (ADA) suggests that crooked and missing teeth play a significant role in the quality of life much hope to enjoy in the United States. So before you even start pricing Invisalign versus traditional braces, consider the costs of doing nothing:

  • One in five American adults suffers from anxiety about the condition of their teeth.
  • 35 percent of young adults experience difficulty chewing and biting.
  • 22 percent of adults participate in fewer social activities because of the appearance of their teeth.
  • 28 percent of job hunters believe that the poor condition of their teeth keeps them from interviewing successfully for the jobs they want.
  • Crooked teeth actually make you look older than you really are.
  • 82 percent of Americans believe that straight, white teeth help them get ahead in life.
  • And while 77 percent of adults say they’ll visit a dentist in the next year, fewer than 37 percent actually do.

Bad teeth remain an unspoken barrier for many people in the United States. It’s not something an employer or potential partner wants to tell you about, nor is it something people freely discuss. Further research by the ADA found that in addition to fear and lack of access, the main reason that people with crooked, missing, or decayed teeth don’t seek treatment is the cost — or at least the perceived costs.

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Real Costs vs. Value

Often, the value you receive from taking care of your teeth and repairing misalignments, especially when they appear in the front of your mouth, is immeasurable. If, for example, you don’t go after a high-profile job due to your bad teeth — or worse, go after it and don’t get it — you never really know how your income could have changed over the lifetime of your career.

When you visit a nearby dental team like our dentists, you may end up being able to afford the less-invasive Invisalign clear aligners. They work with you to find a plan without having to endure years of a metal smile. In fact, in many cases, Invisalign costs are comparable to the price of traditional braces.

Compare the Offers

You may believe there’s no way your insurance policy covers something so state-of-the-art as Invisalign, but many dental insurance plans actually cover teeth straightening. And your Stamford Dental Arts team often finds undiscovered insurance benefits at your disposal. If your insurance covers a portion of the cost of braces, then that portion typically also pays for Invisalign.

On average, according to, Invisalign costs run between $3,000 and $8,000 for the entire process. It depends on how much straightening you need, the condition of your permanent teeth, where you live, and the billing practices of your dentist. Alternatively, you could spend anywhere from $2,500 to $6,000 on traditional metal braces. The difference in price is more than offset by the huge difference in the benefits that Invisalign offers.

Pay Now or Pay Later

Even if you have insurance, you may need to find ways to pay for the additional costs of your teeth straightening. Without insurance, you must bear the entire cost. Invisalign costs don’t have to be the deterrent you think they are, not when your best-rated local dentists offer a variety of payment options to help you and your family achieve your highest potential and realize your dreams of an attractive smile.

Contact us today for a complimentary consultation, Itero 3D scan that includes a before-and-after simulation, and if you have any Invisalign questions. Once your dentist assesses your needs and determines that you make an ideal candidate for Invisalign, then you can talk about the many available options you have for paying for the treatment you deserve.

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This page was published on Feb 8, 2020, modified on Apr 23, 2022 by Ali Modiri, DDS (Dentist of Stamford Dental Arts)
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