Is Invisalign Express the right braces for you?

If the situation is that your teeth need a minor correction in order to improve your smile and look the Invisalign Express system can definitely straighten your smile without the need to use metal braces or other type of braces.

What is Invisalign Express?

Invisalign System is a shorter-duration orthodontic treatment that works in a similar way as invisalign aligners. Traditional Invisalign treatment requires 20 to 30 aligners to move teeth into the correct position. Invisalign is designed for people whose spacing problems can be corrected in 10 stages of aligners or less. So it has all the benefits of Invisalign but in addition it expedites the process. The length of time required for treatment is only about six months.

Invisalign Express Braces

How to know if you are a good candidate for Invisalign Express

You are good candidate for the invisalign system if you meet the following criteria

  • Less than 2 mm of midline correction
  • Minimal rotation of the incisors ,cuspids and bicuspids
  • Maximum of 1.5 mm of dental expansion needed per arch
  • Not more than 2 mm of crowding or spacing per arch needed
  • Less than two mm of spacing or crowding per arch

If you don’t meet these criteria, it doesn’t mean that you can’t utilize the Invisalign system to straighten your teeth. However, the traditional Invisalign treatment will likely be a more appropriate treatment plan.

Invisalign Express Cost

It can take between $1,800 and $3,500. The average is $2,500. Please take into account that price varies according to geographic location and the type of dental insurance you have. Because invisalign express needs less aligners that the traditional Invisalign treatment the cost is less.

Read more details about Invisalign Costs Here

Invisalign Express before and after review

Traditional Invisalign Braces Before and after

In the following review you can compare the before and after with the traditional visalign braces treatment. Invisalign express vs invisalign:

If you are still in doubt and don’t know what to choose you can compare with different type of braces: