At Today’s Dental, we want all of our patients to love their smile, so we offer a number of restorative and cosmetic treatments to keep your teeth in tip-top shape. We’re proud to offer Invisalign® clear aligner therapy as an orthodontic option for Omaha families.
What Is Invisalign?
Using a series of clear straightening trays, Invisalign gradually and gently repositions teeth that are crowded, spaced, or misaligned. They can even fix minor bite issues.
To start your treatment, our Omaha dentists will work with you to decide on the final product of your Invisalign treatment – your dream smile. We’ll then take impressions of your teeth and send them to a lab, where they will create the aligner trays. Each set of trays will work to move your teeth closer and closer to their final positions.
Benefits of Invisalign
Compared to traditional metal braces, Invisalign offers a number of benefits.
- Comfortable trays don’t cut or irritate cheeks or gums
- Removable trays let you eat your favorite foods, drink your favorite beverages, and brush and floss teeth like normal
- Clear trays for virtually invisible braces
- Fewer check-in appointments at our office
- Average treatment time of about one year (we will discuss your specific expected treatment time during your consultation)
How Much Does Invisalign Cost?
Like most orthodontic options, Invisalign can be a bit pricey, but our team at Today’s Dental will work with you to determine the best way to help you afford the cost. Our office is insurance friendly, and we’ll work with your insurance company to determine your benefits and ensure your claim is processed.
We also accept payments through third-party financing companies CareCredit and Compassionate Finance. Compassionate Finance offers high acceptance rates with minimal fees and a variety of repayment plans. CareCredit works like a credit card for all of your healthcare-related expenses, and they offer extended and zero-interest plans.
*The $199 is for typical care using the Care Credit Invisalign program allowing for 24 months no interest. If the patient is doing Fee Certain they will need to make a down payment to get the math to work out in order to have the monthly payment $199 over 24 months.