Sugar Land, TX & Greater Houston Area
Get Invisalign® Aligners for only $3300
*Available to new patients only. New patients will receive $700 off of their $4000 Invisalign® treatment when they start the Invisalign® process within two weeks after completing their online consultation.Schedule Your Online Invisalign® Consultation
Great Smile at a Great Price.
Our Invisalign® aligners are much more affordable compared to traditional aligner systems. We offer clear aligners for $3300 while competitors are offering the same treatment for $5000-$7000. We are passionate about providing affordable Invisalign® treatment in Texas because we are dedicated to our patients' smiles and increasing their overall confidence.
Your insurance reimbursement can lower this price even further. The Airway Dentists also offers external payment plans for our patients without insurance. Learn more about financing your Invisalign® treatment by clicking the button below.Financing Your Invisalign® Treatment at The Airway Dentists
Straightening Your Smile Just Got Easier.
When you start your Invisalign® treatment at The Airway Dentists, you get more than just your clear aligners. Our Invisalign® treatment process includes:
- Convenient Online Consultation
- Digital X-Rays & iTero Scanning of your teeth
- Invisalign® aligners sent to our office
- Periodic online check-ins to ensure the process is working for you
- Retainers to keep your straightened smile in place
Find out if Invisalign® is right for you
Discover Your Smile Solution.
Invisalign® aligners can help anyone achieve the smile they desire, however, every patient is different. Depending on your preference of materials used, removability, food restrictions, injury risks, and visibility for each option, you can find the right solution for your unique needs. Learn more about the differences between these straightening options.Determine the Differences
Who can use Invisalign®?
Any patient requiring orthodontic corrections can use Invisalign®. This includes patients with teeth that are crooked and misaligned or teeth that feature noticeable spacing problems. Invisalign® can even help patients with minor bite issues!
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you clean Invisalign® aligners?
Each night, you will need to clean your Invisalign® aligners to protect your teeth from decay and cavities. Caring for your aligners is simple and is detailed below:
- Rinse your aligners with water every night
- Brush your aligners with a soft-bristled toothbrush (separate from the toothbrush you use to brush your teeth) and gentle, clear liquid soap to remove any debris or food particles that have accumulated during the day
- Rinse the aligners thoroughly after brushing
- Store your aligners in a protective case whenever they aren't in use (which should only be while eating or drinking anything besides water)
Can you eat or chew gum with Invisalign®?
You should not chew gum or eat food with your Invisalign® aligners in your mouth. Chewing gum or food with your Invisalign® aligners in your mouth can damage the trays and stick to your aligners. When you eat or drink anything besides water, you must take your aligners out and place them in your aligner case. Because you are able to remove the aligners, there are no food restrictions that you have to abide by like you would with braces.
Does Invisalign® hurt?
Invisalign® aligners are not painful, but they can leave your teeth feeling sore. The aligners are slowly shifting your teeth in place, so it may feel uncomfortable at first, but this is normal. If the discomfort becomes too much, you can drink cold water or suck on small ice cubes to help soothe your sore teeth.
We recommend putting in your new aligner set at night so that you are able to sleep through the initial discomfort of a new aligner set. That way, you'll wake up the next day without having to experience the discomfort while you're wide awake.
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