There are going to be a number of factors which will have an impact on the orthodontic treatment cost. It’s a good idea to be aware of these factors before going in for treatment so that you can plan your budget better.

One important thing to consider is the amount of work that needs to be done. This is something that you can ask your orthodontist about. For instance, if your teeth are already fairly straight so that there is not as much shifting or repositioning that needs to be done, then you can expect that the treatment will be done more quickly. This will have a corresponding lowering effect on the price. However, if there is a lot of repositioning that needs to take place, then the braces will have to stay on longer, and the longer time period will tend to result in a higher price.


There is also a particular type of dental appliance used for the orthodontic treatment to consider. After all, if it’s determined that you need braces, the decision making doesn’t stop there. Please ask about your options when you visit your orthodontist. For those people who want something more invisible, they could choose to go with ceramic or clear braces. Some of these options may involve an added cost to treatment.

You may use our cost estimator tool to estimate your monthly payments.


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The cost of Invisalign treatment is similar to that of traditional braces. Consult with an Invisalign-trained doctor to determine the cost of treatment based on your geography and the complexity of your case.



Insurance plans may cover up to $3,500 of Invisalign



An FSA allows you to set aside a portion of your paycheck in order to pay for qualified medical expenses.

After incurring eligible medical costs, you can then submit your receipt(s) for reimbursement. The annual maximum contribution is $2,500 for individuals (or $5,000 total for a married couple).

Save by putting up to $2,500 of your pretax dollars toward
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Lower your monthly cost by making a down payment.



Invisalign-trained doctors may offer payment plans
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