No more braces! Perth Invisalign Orthodontics

Invisalign is a series of clear removable aligners and the perfect solution for straightening teeth – a great option when compared traditional metal braces.

Invisalign Treatment

They are virtually invisible, resemble a mouth guard but are thinner, less noticeable and are specially moulded to fit over your upper and lower teeth. The clear material used to create these aligners is made with medical-grade, non-toxic plastic. The aligners will gradually push your teeth into the desired position. Every two to three weeks the aligners are replaced. Depending on the current state of your teeth, the average treatment time is between 12 and 24 months.

What are the Benefits of Choosing Invisalign?

Invisalign aligners are nearly invisible and easy to remove, they are:
When compared to metal braces, clear aligners are very comfortable to wear. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign does not interfere with your brushing routine or cause permanent damage to tooth enamel as with metal brace adhesives.
The advantages of Invisalign aligners are clear, traditional braces are an older treatment option. If you are ready for modern, teeth straightening, Invisalign can be a suitable option.

What Much Does Invisalign Cost?

The costs of Invisalign aligners varies, depending on how long it takes to align your teeth and the number of aligners that need to be made. Make an appointment at My Emergency Dentist and after an initial consultation, your dentist will provide you with a written treatment plan outlining all the costs.

i7

Lite

Full

Complex

Treatment

Duration

3 Months
3 – 7 Months
7 – 19 Months
Over 18 Months
Invisalign

Aligners

Up to 7
3 – 7 Months
15 – 39
40+
Estimated

Price

$2000
$4000
$6000
$8000
As a rough guide, we have provided an estimate on the prices below depending on the number of Invisalign aligners you may need to successfully undergo your treatment:
Many private health insurers cover Invisalign aligners – exact coverage varies between insurance providers and plans.

What Much Does Invisalign Cost?

The costs of Invisalign aligners varies, depending on how long it takes to align your teeth and the number of aligners that need to be made. Make an appointment at My Emergency Dentist and after an initial consultation, your dentist will provide you with a written treatment plan outlining all the costs.
i7
Lite
Full
Complex
Treatment Duration
3 Months
3 - 7 Months
7 - 19 Months
Over 18 Months
Invisalign Aligners
Up to 7
3 - 7 Months
15 - 39
40+
Estimated Price
$2000
$4000
$6000
$8000
As a rough guide, we have provided an estimate on the prices below depending on the number of Invisalign aligners you may need to successfully undergo your treatment:
Many private health insurers cover Invisalign aligners – exact coverage varies between insurance providers and plans.

Are There Any Risks?

There are a few potential risks – although very rare,
On rare occasions a patient can have an allergy to the aligner material and could lead to inflammation. In this case traditional braces may be required.

Frequently Asked Questions About Invisalign

Aligners are like mouth guards and fit tightly around your teeth. Each aligner only makes a slight adjustment and every 6 to 8 weeks, a new aligner is given, continuing the process of making slight adjustments until your teeth are properly aligned.

The process is carefully planned, with each aligner only a specific set of teeth are adjusted, ensuring that only certain teeth can move. They are worn for about 22 hours per day.

The exact length will vary. Some people wear Invisalign aligners for 12 months while others may wear them for 24 months. The length of time will depend on the condition of your teeth. Although the use of Invisalign aligners is most common with teenagers, they are also very suitable for adults.

The goal of Invisalign aligners is to move your teeth without causing any pain, although temporary discomfort can occur after each new stage of treatment. This is normal and to be expected.

It can take several days to become accustomed to the aligners and any pain is due to the pressure pushing your teeth into alignment. Minor discomfort is a sign that the aligners are working as they push the teeth in a specific direction.

A retainer may be needed after treatment to prevent the teeth from slowly shifting back to their original position, but may not need to be worn during the day. After treatment, you will continue visiting your dentist to determine if a retainer is necessary – and for how long.
4 million people around the world have used Invisalign aligners to achieve straighter teeth and fix alignment issues. This number grows daily, as people seek an alternative to traditional braces.
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