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How Long Do I Wear Invisalign?

how long do i have to wear invizalign. Do Doctor's have payment plans? Thank you!

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How long for Invisalign treatment

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It takes 2 weeks per tray so usually 8 to 18 trays worth of treatment multiplied by 2. Also consider that you may need a mid course correction, or  some finishing touches. That could add another month or more.

Bellevue Cosmetic Dentist
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How long to wear Invisalign?

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Hello,
It depends upon the treatment plan and yes, the doctor has in-house payment plan.
Thank you,
Dr. Barba
 

Santa Ana Cosmetic Dentist
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3 months to 24 months but varies...

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There are several popular payment plans available to you thru your dental office or you can go online and apply in advance at Chasehealthcare or Carecredit.com...

Los Angeles Cosmetic Dentist
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Time of treatment for Invisalign varies with each case

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Some Invisalign cases are very simple and are done within 4-5 months.  Some are very involved and can be up to 2 years (and perhaps more, but when they get that long, Invisalign is usually not the best choice).

Payment plans are a decision with each office, but 99% of the time there is SOME sort of payment plan option.  Usually it is credit based with an outside company, so ask your dentist or orthodontist for their options.

Web reference: http://www.bestSeattleDentist.com

Seattle Cosmetic Dentist
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Length of Invisalign Treatment

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Every case is different, but ,on average, it takes about a year to get good results. As to a second question, absolutely, payment plans are definetely available.

Hope this helps.

With your dental health in mind,

Dr. Ayzin

Costa Mesa Cosmetic Dentist
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 review

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