Invisalign Cost for Crowding Teeth

How much would Invisalign cost for crowding of the bottom four teeth?

Doctor Answers 4

Invisalign for teeth crowding is $2800 - $3500

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Probably an express case. Doing some IPR (sanding) between the teeth will make the treatment speed along nicely. You will also need to do the upper arch also so that no interference in the bite occurs.

Los Angeles Dentist

Invisalign for teeth crowding may range $3000- $5500

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Invisalign has two basic protocols for teeth straightening.

1. Invisalign Express - Is a truncated version of the full version. It provides 10 trays worth of treatment ONLY. It's good for minor crowding, minor space closure, etc. Basically for smaller amounts of movement that could be accomplished in about 5 months of treatment. Cost is typically about $3000

2. Full Invisalign - Allows for large amounts of movement to take place and is really the substitute for those who don't want regular metal braces. There is no limit to the number of trays permitted through treatment (unlike Express) AND it allows for refinement at the end of treatment. Refinement is when you and the dentist want to continue "tweaking" certain teeth so that you end up with the perfect smile you imagined. Hope this helps.

Depends upon teeth crowding severity

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The treatment fee depends upon the severity of the malocclusion. It also depends upon the time to correct the malocclusion. Severity and time of treatment go hand in hand. Please see an orthodontist for a complimentary consultation.

Bobby Virk, DMD, MSD
Bellevue Orthodontist

Invisalign is a technique, not a product. Fees will vary

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Invisalign is not like buying a car.  You are purchasing orthodontic services by a professional to correct your malocclusion.  As such, there will be differences depending on their level of expertise and other factors related to their expenses to run an orthodontic practice, including staffing, geography, etc.

The best thing to do is visit an orthodontist and speak to them about the best options for your particular situation.

Jason K. Tam, DDS
Toronto Orthodontist

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