Insurance coverage of Invisalign depends on the individual policy. If you have a dental insurance policy, you’ll need to check with them to know for sure.
Take a look at both your employer-sponsored insurance and your spouse’s. Plans can be substantially different, even if they’re under the same company. Look at the coverage for orthodontic treatment to determine which plan will cover the most.
There are a few things you’ll want to consider when reviewing the coverage. First, of course, you will need to know whether there are any treatments that are not covered by the plan. Next, be sure that you check to be sure that the coverage applies to adults as well as children. Some policies won’t cover adult orthodontic work. It’s also important to look for a yearly or lifetime maximum and whether those restrictions will work with the condensed treatment time of Invisalign.
Generally though, if you have orthodontic coverage, you probably have some Invisalign coverage, at least to the same extent as traditional wire braces.
It’s Important to Find Out For Sure!
We have seen many patients with partial or substantial coverage for Invisalign, which is why we encourage everyone to ask.
If you come in for a free consultation, we will also be happy to look into your dental plan to see if you qualify.
What are Your Payment Options if I Can’t Afford the Cost Upfront?
This is the good news! We offer long-term, interest-free payment options so you can get your new smile without paying for it all upfront.
We have 2 main payment plan options for Invisalign:
- Pay upfront, get the points on your credit card, AND, we’ll offer you a 5% reduction in the cost.
- Get Invisalign for a small monthly fee each month – we offer up to 24 months, zero-interest financing through the Care Credit Program. We’ll help you apply in-office so you know exactly what your options are when visit us. What better way to invest than in your happiness!
Give our office a call to find out more about the payment plans we offer.
We also recommend coming in for a free consultation. At the consultation we’ll determine if you’re a good candidate, the length of your treatment, and the costs. You can call us at 515-420-1544 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a consultation!