Invisalign® Cost

The cost for Invisalign® can range anywhere from $3,400 – $7,100, according to the manufacturer (https://www.invisalign.com/invisalign-cost), with the average price of Invisalign here in Oregon City falling approximately midway along this range. Many factors influence how much you can expect to pay for Invisalign® treatment, including your unique case (the severity of correction needed will determine the length of time you’ll need treatment for), your local market, insurance coverage, as well as associated costs that may not be factored into the initial price such as the initial consultation, X-Rays, aftercare or continuing treatments (i.e. retainers), etc. Depending on your policy, insurance may even cover a majority of the cost.

Here at Ponderosa Dental Arts in Oregon City, we are offering a special offer starting at $3,000 for Invisalign®. Please see below for details.

Invisalign® Special Offer | All Inclusive

Express: $3,000
Standard: $4,000

Express cases involve less than 20 weeks of treatment. This may be movement of one or two teeth that are slightly out of alignment.

Standard cases involve up to several months to complete. A majority of our patients have been standard cases.

Below are a list of things you can expect to be included in your Invisalign® treatment with us:

Initial Doctor Consultation and Exam
A 3D ‘Preview’ of what your teeth will look like after treatment
Complete Invisalign® Treatment
All X-rays
All Visits
Teeth Whitening
Retainers, one for each arch

The average time to complete your case is between 4 and 6 months.

Invisalign® Free Consultation in Oregon City

Contact Ponderosa Dental Arts today for your free consultation for Invisalign® in the Portland metropolitan area. Dr. Berkner and his knowledgeable staff will be happy to provide an assessment and discuss whether Invisalign® clear aligners are right for you.

 

Invisalign Before and After by Ponderosa Dental Arts
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