Achieve a perfectly straight smile with Invisalign®, the clear substitute for braces!
Some of us naturally have perfect teeth but a large number of us have to work for it. Conventionally, you would be riddled with metal braces on your teeth for upwards of a year. Thankfully, the dental industry has progressed and now you can straighten your teeth, love the way you look, and increase your confidence without anyone even knowing. You may also wonder, what is the Invisalign cost in Vancouver? rest assured our service and rates should satisfy your expectations.
- No more braces
- No one knows you’re wearing them
- Straighter teeth
- Higher confidence
- Comparable to the price of braces
- Easy to clean
Invisalign® is a series of clear retainers that align your teeth. Invisalign can treat many common issues such as crowding, crooked teeth, spaced teeth, overbites, and cross bites. And Redtree Dental is your Fairview Invisalign Preferred Provider!
Yes you can remove Invisalign® at any time.
The cost of Invisalign® is comparable to traditional braces in most cases. We have payment plans to suit anyone’s budget however.
Most people see the desired results in 3-12 months.
If you have Orthodontic insurance coverage, Invisalign® is often covered. However, if it is not, we have payment plans to suit every budget!
Other Cosmetic Services
Botox®:Reduce forehead lines, frown lines, crows feet, and look younger with Botox. Botox is the industry leader in wrinkle reduction!
Crowns: When a tooth is broken or severely damaged, a crown is built around the remaining healthy tooth structure to improve the function of the area. The crown both strengthens the tooth and improves the appearance of your smile!
Veneers: A durable porcelain shell is placed on your tooth to cover the outside and biting edge. Veneers are used to restore proper proportions of front teeth. They can fix teeth that are too small, chipped, worn down, cover discolourations, or fill in small gaps. A thin layer of enamel will need to be removed in order for the veneers to be cemented.
Onlays: A dental onlay is similar to a filling but much more long lasting. Onlays are fabricated in a lab and then cemented to your teeth at a second appointment. Onlays are stronger, and more durable than fillings, meaning your teeth will be sealed and protected from further deterioration for longer.