Want to know how much Invisalign® cost? Maybe you have crooked teeth and want to fix your smile? Clear plastic removable orthodontic aligners that gently move crooked teeth.
Dr Mark Cull has been straightening teeth, fixing gaps and making people smile with Invisalign since 2011, that's over 10 years! He has experienced a lot during this time and shares all the information you need to know about Invisalign.
1. Ever wanted to know wanted to know how Invisalign works?
Invisalign® treatment uses a series of clear plastic removable orthodontic aligners to gently move your teeth in small increments. For the best results, Invisalign clear aligners are to be worn 20 to 22 hours a day. Each aligner is slightly different, you’ll wear a set of aligners for one to two weeks or as prescribed by your dentist, before moving onto the next set.
Invisalign® - are also known as clear teeth straighteners or invisible retainers.
Invisalign® uses advanced 3D software technology, that allows you to see the end results of your treatment before you even begin. Dr Mark is an Invisalign® trained dentist and he will be able to advise whether Invisalign treatment is right for you.
2. Advantages and Disadvantages of Invisalign®
Advantages of Invisalign®...
Better oral health
Won't effect your appearance
Not as painful as you think it might be
Can be a lot quicker compared to traditional braces
Disadvantages of Invisalign®...
Not many disadvantages, that's why Dr Mark Cull loves this treatment! But, what he does say is that this system relies on wearing the aligners all the time. The best results are often experienced by patients who are compliant in wearing their aligners. If you are a bit forgetful or feel like you might get lazy, then perhaps it's worth
talking about this during your consult.
3. Cost of Invisalign 2021?
How much is Invisalign®? We get asked this a lot, and you're probably going to roll your eyes when we say that we can't give you a price on what it will cost because every single mouth on this earth is unique. We just won't know until we see you and your situation.
What we can tell you is that prices generally start from around $7,500. If you are interested, you really should book a consult with Dr Mark Cull at Channon Lawrence Dental.
We often hear out patient's say that they wished they enquired sooner!
This is how we work out the exact cost of your Invisalign® treatment:
The complexity of your case
How long you are in treatment
Make the first step, book your appointment with Dr Cull, phone 07 5482 7688.
Teeth Straightening with Invisalign® Video
Want to see a quick video on how it works? Watch this and check out how the system moves the teeth.
4. Invisalign® vs Braces
Which is better Invisalign® or braces? We love Invisalign® because it really works so well and has remarkably fast results compared to traditional braces.
If the situation is perfect for our patients, our vote is with Invisalign®. (But there is nothing wrong with traditional braces, it really just depend on what your treatment plan is).
5. Can Invisalign® fix an overbite?
Dr Mark Cull has fixed overbites with Invisalign®, but we won't know if we can fix yours until we see you! Lots of variables and technical elements need to be taken into consideration, which we will discuss with you at your appointment.
We hope we can fix your overbite for you! There is only one way to find out!
You will need regular appointments
At the consultation, your dentist or orthodontic specialist will examine your teeth and advise whether this treatment is suitable for you
You will then have regular progress appointments, usually once every 4 to 6 weeks, to make sure your treatment is on track
HOW LONG IT TAKES?
The consultation will usually take around 30 to 60 minutes
Progress appointments will usually take less than 30 minutes
YOU MAY BE ASKED ABOUT
Your dental and medical history
BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT
No special preparation is needed
AFTER YOUR APPOINTMENT
Your dentist or orthodontist will provide care instructions for you to follow
You will need to remove your clear aligners for eating, drinking anything other than water, brushing and flossing
Remember to rinse and clean your aligners each night to keep them fresh.Is
IS INVISALIGN PAINFUL?
You may experience discomfort of pressure for the few days that follow each aligner change. This is completely normal and is a sign that the clear aligners are moving your teeth into their straighter position.
Any pain or discomfort that you experience will be noticeably less than traditional metal braces can cause.
Dr Mark Cull, loves treating patients with Invisalign®. The three most common things he hears his patients say after the have completed their treatment is this:
They wished they started it sooner! So stop waiting, make an appt.
They thought it was going to be more painful than it was! Not as bad as you imagine!
They didn't realise how quick Invisalign worked!
We hope this helps you take the next step, go on, call us now and book an appointment with Dr Mark Cull!
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