How Much Does Invisalign Cost?

Invisalign is a popular alternative to traditional braces, as they use clear aligners that are more discreet than metal brackets and wires. Since these clear braces were first introduced, nearly half a million people have used Invisalign aligners to straighten their teeth. But, one of the most frequent questions we hear from patients is - how much do they cost?

What Factors Impact the Cost of Invisalign Braces?

Invisalign braces will typically cost more than traditional braces. With regular braces, you can expect to pay between $2500 and $6000. While Invisalign treatments will generally cost between $3500 and $7000 – this is $1500 to $2000 more than regular braces.

Some of the main factors that will impact this cost include:

  • How much alignment your teeth require
  • The number of aligners you will need
  • The number of adjustments you will require
  • The amount covered by your insurance

If you need to pay the full cost for Invisalign braces, or if your private health insurance does not cover a significant portion of the costs, then your dentist may be able to offer payment options. This may include payment plans, such as monthly instalments over several months. You may also qualify for tax rebates. There are certain dental treatments that qualify for these rebates under the Medical Expenses Offsets in the Australian Tax Return.

Invisalign Prices in Australia

As a typical guide, our Melbourne CBD dental clinic provides the following prices for Invisalign. Please note that the prices are only a guide and individual factors may influence the total price.

i7 Lite Full Complex
Invisalign Aligners Up to 7 8 - 14 15 - 39 40+
Estimated Price $2000 $4000 $6000 $8000

Choosing an Option that Works for You

The cost of Invisalign braces can vary, but they are not that much more expensive than regular braces. You should consider the benefits that they provide compared to fixed braces.

With Invisalign aligners, you can remove the aligners as needed. For example, you can easily remove them when eating or brushing your teeth, which makes dealing with braces less of a hassle. And, they are mostly clear, so that you are less likely to want to hide your smile.

In the end, only you and your dentist can decide which option is best for you. Depending on the position of your teeth and the amount of alignment that is required, Invisalign aligners might offer a more pleasant way to straighten your teeth. This is especially true when compared to the unsightly metal braces.

The next step is to contact your dentist to learn more about Invisalign aligners and determine if they are the right solution. How helpful staff can answer any questions you have about Invisalign and selected dental clinics offer free Invisalign consolations.