At Farrow and Dewbre Orthodontics ALL patients or prospective patients are Invisalign candidates! This is much different than what you might hear in any other orthodontist or dentist office. Dr. Farrow and Dewbre area top-tier provider and have completed extensive continuing education to be able to offer Invisalign for even the most difficult cases to include surgery with Invisalign.
What is Invisalign?
The world’s most advanced clear aligner. What is an aligner? An aligner is clear braces. With 20 years of research, 900+ patents, the world’s largest 3D printing operation and data from 5.5 million smiles you can trust Invisalign aligners.
How much does Invisalign® cost?
Costs can vary, but the results are priceless. Every smile is unique. So is every budget. The cost of Invisalign treatment is similar to braces, but that’s where the similarity ends. Invisalign clear aligners are removable and virtually invisible, so you can keep living your life. Insurance may cover up to $3,500,depending on your plan. Insurance coverage is the same for Invisalign as for traditional braces. Use tax-free dollars. You can use the pre-tax dollars in your flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) toward Invisalign treatment. Make low monthly payments. Ask your doctor about flexible, affordable monthly payment plans.
What to expect with Invisalign treatment.
Start with a consultation. Dr. Farrow & Dr. Dewbre will examine your teeth and show you what Invisalign treatment can do for you. Get your personalized treatment plan. Start with a fast, precise digital scan (no goopy putty required). Then Dr. Farrow & Dr. Dewbre will map out a custom treatment plan just for you. You'll even get to preview your new smile. Your aligners are customized for you based on the doctors expertise and your needs.
From the first day of treatment to the last, you're never on your own — your doctor will be with you every step of your way. Live your life without interruptions. Your life moves fast. And with Invisalign clear aligners, nothing will slow you down. There are fewer appointments with Invisalign because Dr. Farrow and Dr. Dewbre have completed your custom treatment plan and that is delivered in your weekly aligners.
Your treatment plan is made with alot of powerful technology and doctor’s expertise combined to make a digital plan for shaping your new smile. It starts with a smile scan there are no gross impressions or teeth molds. Your doctor quickly captures a 3D image of your teeth using an itero scanner. Dr. Farrow & Dr. Dewbre then work with Invisalign to fine tooth every shift in every tooth through a proprietary software. Think of this as a roadmap to your new smile. Previewing your smile, seeing is believing. Dr. Farrow & Dr. Dewbre can show your new smile before you even get started.
Living with Invisalign
Invisalign clear aligners fit your life — they don’t interrupt it. And at every stage, you’ll be able to see your progress and enjoy your smile as it transforms. Don’t stop living your life
- Keep eating all your favorite foods.
- Stay active in all the sports and activities you love.
- Keep brushing and flossing just as you normally do, with no brackets or wires to get in the way.
- You'll experience fewer emergency visits, without the hassle of brackets and wires breaking.
- Your Invisalign clear aligners are virtually invisible, so people may not even notice you’re wearing them
Wearing your aligners
- You'll be ready for anything, from movie night to coffee with friends. Just take your aligners out to eat and drink, then brush your teeth before putting them back in.
- Wear your Invisalign clear aligners 20 to 22 hours a day for best results.
- Parents, your teen's aligners will have blue compliance indicators to assure you they’re wearing them enough.
Getting new sets of aligners
- You'll wear each set of aligners for one to two weeks, as prescribed by your doctor.
- You’ll probably schedule check-ups every 10-12 weeks to check your progress and pick up the next batch of aligners. Fewer doctor visits mean more time to enjoy life.
- When you start wearing each new set of aligners, you may feel a little extra pressure or discomfort for the first few days, which is totally normal.
Cleaning your aligners
- Rinse your aligners every night and brush them gently with your toothbrush to keep them fresh and clean.
- Use the Invisalign cleaning system to keep your aligners clear.