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How much does Invisalign cost in Orlando?

The cost of Invisalign in Orlando varies widely for several reasons. But the determining factor is how crooked or crowded your teeth are when we start and the length of time it will take to straighten them in your case.

The average cost of Invisalign treatment in Orlando ranges between $3,000 and $6,800. Let’s take a look at how this breaks down.

Invisalign uses a series of clear aligner trays customized to move your teeth into their optimal position. Orlando dentist Dr. Gary Michaelson instructs his patients to wear one set of aligners for two to three weeks, then switch to the next set in the series. You’ll repeat this process until you have used all your aligners, and you’ve achieved your goal of a straighter smile.

So, if your Invisalign treatment takes a year, you’ll need about 20 to 30 sets of Invisalign trays. However, patients who have more extensive tooth misalignment or bite problems to correct may require 50 sets of Invisalign aligners or more over the course of treatment.

At Alafaya Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, we tailor your Invisalign treatment plan to help you achieve optimal results in the shortest time. We also offer the means to help you achieve your smile goals; today, many dental insurances cover Invisalign as they do any other orthodontic treatment, and we accept all PPO insurances.

If you would like help with financing your Invisalign treatment, we are also partnered with CareCredit and Lending Club Patient Solutions. Both are third-party financing options that can help make Invisalign a possibility for you.

Dr. Michaelson would be happy to meet with you at our Orlando dental office to discuss Invisalign and give you an idea of what the cost of treatment might be in your case. Please call us, and we’ll be happy to schedule a convenient appointment for you.

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