Our patients now enjoy the option of picking one of our two popular teeth whitening packages.
Our first package offers FREE laser teeth whitening with your exam and cleaning. If you have dental insurance your exam, x-rays and cleaning are covered through your PPO dental insurance. Without a PPO plan that we accept, your cost for the exam and cleaning will be $149 with the teeth whitening still complimentary.
Our second package of $79 laser teeth whitening, we offer to our patients who simply want to get their teeth whitening and have already had their cleaning within the last 4-6 months. However, a cleaning and polishing is highly recommended before the teeth whitening process for the best results!
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Frequently asked questions
Q: What does the free consultation include?
A: The free consultation includes a full diagnostic examination and treatment planning that will determine whether you are a good candidate for invisalign and how long your treatment can be expected to take from start to finish.
Q: Does Invisalign really work?
A: Yes, It has been clinically proven that in both research studies and actual orthodontic practice nationwide that Invisalign is effective at straightening teeth. And yes, without metal or wires.
Q: What do the aligners look like and what are they made of?
A: The aligners are what is shaped specifically to your mouth. They are made of a clear plastic that is nearly invisible when worn. The plastic is medical grade and very strong. There are a lot of skeptics out there who don’t think Invisalign is virtually invisible. Invisalign braces are not completely unnoticeable, but you will keep a much lower profile than our metal counterparts. The aligners look a lot like whitening trays, but are custom fit to your mouth and needs.
Q: Does My Insurance cover Invisalign?
A: Everyone’s coverage is different and benefits differ from policy to policy so it is best to look over what your Insurance covers and to talk to your Invisalign dentist. If you have Orthodontic coverage, Invisalign should be covered just like traditional braces. But this is a tough one to answer because it really depends.
Q: I heard Braces hurt! Is Invisalign Painful?
A: The first few days of the Invisalign treatment are the most painful. So yes, there are Invisalign pains.The same goes for traditional braces. You have to remember that your teeth are moving, when that happens, bones break. Your teeth heal and settle and are sore from the initial movement. Once the first few days are over your teeth should be less sensitive and you shouldn’t be in pain.
Q: What are the benefits of choosing Invisalign?
A: When comparing Invisalign to traditional braces the benefits are simple to see. The most obvious benefit is being able to straighten your teeth without anyone noticing. The nearly invisible braces win over metal brackets and wires any day. Another benefit is being able to remove the aligners. The daily tasks of eating, drinking, and brushing your teeth do not have to become a hassle with braces. You can remove them easily. Comfort is another huge benefit of Invisalign. NO METAL so there is less irritation on your gums and tongue. No wires and brackets also means less time in the doctors chair getting those adjustments. Most Invisalign patients go back every 6 weeks, but it depends on the dentist/orthodontist. Lastly, with Invisalign, you are able to view your progress throughout the treatment with ClinCheck software. It is great to see a goal in front of you and progress happening.
Q: I heard about Invisalign Express… What is it?
A: Invisalign Express is very similar to the full treatment, but treats more mild orthodontic conditions like minor crowding, or spacing. The treatment usually takes less than 6 months and is less costly then the full treatment. It is up to you and your dentist to decide which treatment would be best for you.
Q: How does Invisalign move your teeth?
A: This is a great question, because we are so used to metal brackets and wires being able to move our monstrous teeth and roots, however Invisalign’s biomechanics are very similar to that of traditional braces. Instead of pulling the teeth, the aligners press directly on the teeth, shaping and moving them in the direction of the aligners. The movements are very deliberate and part of the treatment, it is important that you keep your aligners in as long as you can, so that you can progress through the treatment as planned.
More Questions? Feel free to call us at (212)-245-9400 or email us and we will be more than happy to help!