Costs mainly depend on the type of braces. The more transparent the braces, the more costly they tend to be. Invisible braces are almost invisible to naked eye. And that adds up to their cost.
The complexity of the issue to be addressed is the second factor. Severely malformed teeth or defects that have not been treated early costs more. Braces are less expensive when problems are addressed at an early age.
Health Care Funding
Having health care plans can reduce the cost of dental braces. It is less costly for long-time health care plan members and expensive if applicable limits for dental care have been exceeded.
Experience & Reputation
The cost of braces depends on the experience and reputation of the dentist. Well experienced and established dentists tend to charge more than establishing dentists.
Length of treatment
The length of treatment depends on your situation and the type of invisible braces you are wearing. Typically, braces are worn from 18 to 24 months, though they are sometimes worn longer.
Most orthodontics provides flexible payment options and plans for paying the invisible braces cost. So choose your dentist wisely and straighten your smile.