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Step 6: See Previous Cases

Coming into an office means there is probably plenty of cases on display. Ask your professional if they have previous work they’ve done to show you. This can give you a sense of what they have treated and previous patients they have worked on. You can leave knowing...

Step 5: Price

This is the best time to figure out the final dollar sign associated with your bright future. Your dentist or orthodontist should be able to give you an estimate. Use this opportunity to explore options that your insurance plan may cover as well. Knowing what your...

Step 4: Working with a Timeline

You may get a scan or set of impressions done which will be sent to Invisalign. Your experienced dentist or orthodontist can at least give you a flexible estimate of the time the treatment will take as well as how many trays they expect you to need. Again, this is...

Step 3: Get a Comprehensive Explanation

Working through the process of Invisalign with a professional can be extremely helpful. The in-person exchange means you can ask questions at any time while getting a comprehensive understanding of how the treatment works. This will be better than any pamphlet,...

Step 2: Set Expectations

The consultation will, of course, include a chat covering expectations, initial thoughts, and any questions that you, the patient, have about the treatment. This would be a great time to tell your dentist or orthodontist about the specific areas you’d like to have...

Step 1: Close Up Please

It starts with a set of photos to see where your teeth stand. This helps dentists and orthodontists get a handle on the location of your teeth, if they are rotated, and identifying problem areas with overcrowding, irregular bites, as well as gaps. The pictures will...