Advanced search

What are Mumsnetters buying this week? Find out with our weekly Swears By email

Thanks! You're now subscribed to Mumsnet Swears By

Please enter a valid email address

Invisalign cost

(45 Posts)
squiz81 Sun 18-Mar-18 14:15:33

I went for an invisalign consultation yesterday. There was an open day offer of £400, once that had been deducted the quote was £3800.

I know prices vary from person to person depending on amount of work etc but i wondered how this compares to what other people have paid.

It is a reputable place, diamond level invisalign provider, and that price includes everything including final retainers.

MadisonMontgomery Sun 18-Mar-18 15:11:24

That seems about right- mine was about 3k all in.

squiz81 Sun 18-Mar-18 15:34:06

I think 3k was more the price i was hoping for! £800 on top of that seems a lot.
I really want nice straight teeth though grin

squiz81 Sun 18-Mar-18 15:40:53

Were you pleased with results madison ?

Sedona123 Sun 18-Mar-18 15:51:42

Sounds about right. Mine was £4200. I'm on my last few weeks, but am very happy with the results already.

squiz81 Sun 18-Mar-18 16:00:21

Thanks sedona thats good to hear.
My husband thinks I'm crazy to pay it...bit then he has perfect teeth, so he probably doesnt get it!

squiz81 Mon 19-Mar-18 07:24:06

Bumping - anyone else had it done?

ivebeenanddoneit Mon 19-Mar-18 08:42:41

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

squiz81 Mon 19-Mar-18 11:57:04

Thanks, thats good to know. I was just worried in case the price had been inflated to accommodate the open day offer iyswim!
There are places advertising it cheaper, but i dont know if they'd be as good!

I8toys Mon 19-Mar-18 13:48:12

Mine was £4000. Finished at Christmas and constantly smiling. I love my teeth!

squiz81 Mon 19-Mar-18 16:01:42

How long did yours take l8toys ? I'm so excited to get straight teeth!

MadisonMontgomery Mon 19-Mar-18 19:47:44

Yes I’m really pleased with it - I have a giant toothy smile so it has made a noticeable difference and I get a lot of compliments. It was a bit of a faff with taking the trays out every time I wanted to eat or drink, but definitely worth persevering.

I8toys Mon 19-Mar-18 21:04:46

Started in October 2016 and they came off before Christmas last year but had to have ones correction so took about 3 months longer. You start to notice a difference even after a month.

CharlieBoo Mon 19-Mar-18 21:21:37

I am on tray 3... mine has cost £3500 and I need 28 alligners in total.. it’s a lot of money but I’ve hated my teeth for ages...

frazzledtired Mon 19-Mar-18 21:27:24

I looked into this and was quoted £2800. My cousin is a sales manager for them so I think it helped it he sent me to someone he knows and is good but I still was so shocked.

frazzledtired Mon 19-Mar-18 21:27:49

He also said it would take 18-24 months

JamMakingWannaBe Mon 19-Mar-18 21:28:47

As an adult (30s) I just got white braces - both the tracks and the wires. You could hardly see them and I think they were quicker than Invisalign as well as being half the cost - £1,100 v £2,500 (roughly).

IdblowJonSnow Mon 19-Mar-18 21:29:49

Mine was cheaper but a while ago. Has full on braces and then the clear trays at night. Mine have since moved around a lot and are no longer straight. Beware of this! But they don't look as bad as they used to so I guess still worth it. Might be worth asking what would happen if they move back, although my dentist pooh poohed that when I asked him and I can't face going back.

IdblowJonSnow Mon 19-Mar-18 21:30:36

Similar price to jam making.

windygallows Mon 19-Mar-18 21:32:42

Mine were pricier at £4800 but I'm at a top notch orthodontist so paying for that and the swish offices!

squiz81 Tue 20-Mar-18 21:56:51

idblow after invisalign they fit a wire behind your teeth, top and bottom to hold them in place. That stays there forevwr. Plus you get a retainer to wear at night. So hopefully they can be kept straight!
Thats bad your dentist poo-pood that. I thought it was well known that teeth moved back! Thats why so many people have to get braces again as an adult! I would go back...maybe you could get a retainer for free!

squiz81 Tue 20-Mar-18 21:59:28

That is so cheap jammaking way ive not heard of people getting train tracks for less than £2500!
Where i got the quote for these braces train tracks were only £200 cheaper.

Thebirthdayparty Tue 20-Mar-18 22:12:53

I wore tracks as an adult and the orthodontist wouldn’t put a permanent wire behind my top teeth. I think these are mainly used when a gap has been closed but also hygiene issues arise from the wire. . He put it behind my bottom teeth and gave me a night retainer for the top. Despite using this nightly, my teeth have moved. He told me they would move a certain amount but they have moved quite a lot. They are a lot better than they were but it is something to bear in mind.

calzone Tue 20-Mar-18 22:15:19

We paid £4K for ds’s teeth with Invisalign.

ComeOnGordon Tue 20-Mar-18 22:20:04

I paid about 3000€ & it took 15 months. It’s made the world of difference to my confidence to smile in photos & I don’t instantly hate every photo. Well worth it in my opinion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: