Invisalign Cost without Insurance in Dallas, TX
Invisalign is one of the best tooth straightening systems available today. Various factors can affect the cost of Invisalign but you can expect the cost to be between $3500-$6000 or more. To learn more, Contact us today for more information or schedule an appointment online. We are accepting new patients. We are conveniently located at 13655 Preston Rd Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75240.
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Invisalign is a tooth straightening system that works like traditional braces to give you a fantastic smile. It is a system of clear aligners that adjust your teeth while being barely visible and very easy to use. This makes it much easier for people to feel comfortable with the process.
Invisalign is one of the best tooth straightening systems available today. It does require a time commitment, but this provides very noticeable results. This system will require that you wear the straightening trays for 20-22 hours per day, periodic visits to your dentist for new trays as your teeth move, and have check-ups to make sure your progress is moving along properly.
The advantages of Invisalign are that you can get the smile you want without metal braces and usually in less time than it takes for metal braces. There are no drink or food restrictions. It is also easier to take care of your teeth while you are using the Invisalign system.
Very often Invisalign costs about the same as traditional braces. It can also be less expensive than other similar tooth straightening systems.
There are various factors that come into play when understanding the price of Invisalign. Where you live is often the most important factor. Texas is a big state and the cost can vary depending on where you live. But you can expect the cost to be between $3500-$6000. The national average for Invisalign is $5000. So, the price is in keeping with the rest of the country. Invisalign may be covered under your dental plan, but many plans do not cover this kind of procedure, so you should expect to pay for it on your own.
This cost may seem expensive when compared to the at-home aligner services. Part of the cost has to do with the regular visits that you will make to your dentist to ensure that everything is processing as it should. Expect to have visits to your dentist every six weeks for 12 to 18 months.
There are other factors that can impact the cost of Invisalign. The condition of your oral health may require that some pretreatment be done. Where your dentist is located often has an impact on price. Prices tend to be higher in urban and suburban areas. Some other things that can impact the cost are how committed you are about keeping your aligners in and how you care for your teeth. If you take them out too much, or for long periods, you may need to use them longer, requiring more visits to the dentist.
Most insurance plans will cover some of the cost of Invisalign as they do with traditional braces. Some insurance plans consider Invisalign to be a premium treatment and will only pay for traditional braces. If you do have an insurance plan that will cover some of the cost of Invisalign, they will probably only pay a fixed amount or percentage of the cost. The insurance plans that do cover some of the cost generally pay $1000-$2000 of the cost. So, if your total cost of Invisalign is $6000 and your insurance plan will pay up to $2000, then you will be required to pay that remaining $4000.
Beyond Dental has options for financing that will allow you to pay for your Invisalign in installments. We work with Alphaeon Credit, Proceed Finance, Care Credit, Lending Club, and PatientFi. If you have questions about how financing works, our friendly staff will be very happy to explain what you need to know.
Please give us a call at Beyond Dental & Implant Center to find out more. We serve patients from Dallas TX, Plano TX, Addison TX, Garland TX, Richardson TX, Carrollton TX, and BEYOND!
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