How Much Does Invisalign Cost? Factors That Affect The Price Of Treatment

Whether you’re interested in Invisalign for yourself or for your child, you may be wondering how much your treatment will cost at Advanced Orthodontics. Of course, the best way to find out is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Larrabee or Dr. Sharma at either our Mesa or Chandler office locations. But in the blog below, we’ll go over the costs, things that contribute to the overall treatment price, and some other helpful information about Invisalign treatment. 

How Much Does Invisalign Treatment Usually Cost? 

Invisalign treatment usually costs somewhere between $3,000 and $9,000, though most patients will pay somewhere between $4000 and $6000 for comprehensive care. However, it’s hard to give a true “average cost” for Invisalign. 

That’s because every patient is different. When you come to Advanced Orthodontics, we will develop an Invisalign treatment plan that’s customized just for you. There’s no such thing as “one size fits all” orthodontics, so there’s a lot of variation in how much your treatment may cost. 

What Factors Affect The Cost Of Invisalign? 

Wondering how the cost of your Invisalign treatment plan will be determined at Advanced Orthodontics? Here’s a look at some of the top factors that may change your estimated treatment cost: 

  • Treatment complexity – Modern Invisalign plans are very flexible and can be used to treat overbites, underbites, crooked teeth, crowded teeth, gaps in your smile, and more. In general, you’ll pay a higher price if you have more complex dental needs, and vice-versa. 
  • Total treatment time – This goes hand-in-hand with the complexity of your treatment. More complicated orthodontic issues take more time to treat, which means more sets of Invisalign aligners and more visits with the team at Advanced Orthodontics. 
  • Doctor expertise – At Advanced Orthodontics, we’re a certified Diamond+ Invisalign provider. This means that we’re in the top 1% of all Invisalign providers, which means that we get exclusive discounts on lab fees and other related treatment costs. By passing these savings on to our patients, we make your treatment more affordable. 
  • Delays and setbacks – If you don’t wear your aligners for the recommended 20-22 hours per day, this could lead to treatment delays. These kinds of delays and setbacks may increase the overall cost of your Invisalign treatment in Mesa, AZ. 

Will Dental Insurance Cover The Cost Of Orthodontic Treatment? 

This depends on the type of insurance you have. Most types of dental insurance do not cover the cost of orthodontics for adults. However, it’s much more common for insurers to cover orthodontics for kids and teenagers.

If your child’s dental insurance does cover orthodontics, it will usually pay for a percentage of their treatment, and will have a “lifetime maximum.” After this maximum is exceeded, your insurance policy will no longer contribute to treatment. 

If you have questions about insurance coverage for you or your child, we recommend consulting with your insurer or looking at your policy documents directly. The team at Advanced Orthodontics can also help you learn more about your benefits and if they will cover orthodontic treatments like Invisalign. 

Our Payment Plans Make It Easier To Get Invisalign Treatment 

Paying thousands of dollars upfront for Invisalign treatment isn’t always an option for everyone, and we understand that. That’s why at Advanced Orthodontics, we offer in-house, interest-free payment plans for orthodontic treatment. 

With our in-house financing, you can get your Invisalign treatment or your child’s orthodontic treatment right away and pay over time with affordable monthly payments. This helps split up the cost of orthodontic care and allows you to get a healthier smile without breaking the bank. 

Schedule Your Invisalign Consultation In Mesa, AZ Today! 

Invisalign is a fantastic alternative to traditional braces for kids, teenagers and adults. If you’re interested in learning more and you’d like an estimate for the cost of treatment, Advanced Orthodontics can help. We’re always accepting new patients in Mesa, AZ, and we’d love to meet you and your family. Give us a call at (480) 357-4900 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with Dr. Larrabee or Dr. Sharma today.

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