Invisalign® clear aligners

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is an alternative to braces for teeth alignment. One of the main differences between Invisalign vs. braces is the specially fitted removable clear aligners that offer a more inconspicuous look and comfortable fit.
Begin your journey to a healthy and beautiful smile with a complimentary consultation for Invisalign near you. West Coastal Florida residents can get Invisalign in Riverview, Lithia, Apollo Beach, Parrish and Sarasota. Central Florida residents can get Invisalign in Winter Haven, Florida.

How does Invisalign get results?

Invisalign clear aligners make gradual teeth movements to create a straighter smile over time. Invisalign wearers will change their aligners every couple of weeks under the guidance of one of our family orthodontists. Each aligner set is uniquely customized for each patient to make different movements in their teeth. Invisalign has worked since 2000 to revolutionize orthodontics and provide a smoother process for a better smile.

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How does Invisalign work at our office?

At Hess Orthodontics, we offer Invisalign in Riverview, Apollo Beach, Lithia, Parrish, Sarasota and Winter Haven, Florida, for teens and adults. Your Invisalign treatment with us begins with a complimentary consultation at one of our orthodontic offices, where we create a detailed 3D model of your teeth. Using this model, we determine the best path for alignment and share it with you to show how your smile will change over time. Once you begin treatment, you will check in with us about every 12 weeks so we can assess your progress and provide you with new aligner sets.

During Invisalign treatment, you’ll wear your aligners for 20 to 22 hours daily. After you complete treatment, we will provide you with a retainer to ensure your new smile lasts a lifetime!

How long does Invisalign take to work?

On average, full Invisalign treatment takes about 12 to 18 months to complete but can be around six months for patients who only need limited orthodontic treatment for minor issues. Every smile is unique, and at Hess Orthodontics, we personalize Invisalign treatment depending on your needs. However, regularly wearing aligners allows patients to see positive changes in as little as six weeks.

How much does Invisalign cost?

The average cost of Invisalign is around $4,000 to $8,000 for full orthodontic treatment but can be less for patients who only need limited treatment. Our 3D scan, X-rays and physical exam aid in creating a custom plan for you. After your complete examination at your complimentary first visit, we can provide a more accurate estimate. Every patient has different concerns and goals, which shape Invisalign treatment and change the cost.

We believe your smile is a worthy investment and want to make care more accessible. We offer several flexible payment options to help you get treatment in a way that suits your budget.

  • Flexible monthly payments

    We help reduce your stress of Invisalign costs with affordable financing that features flexible payments and makes your life easier.

  • No interest in-house financing

    We don’t believe in unexpected fees. As a patient, you enjoy 0% interest throughout your treatment.

  • No down payment

    Our team will work with you to find a comfortable monthly payment that fits your budget!

  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA) reimbursements

    We accept HSA and FSA cards and will help you file for FSA or HSA reimbursement through your company plan. As a bonus, we will file all your paperwork — and anything else you need.

  • CareCredit

    This third-party credit card can help you pay for your orthodontic treatment. Those who qualify may benefit from 0% APR financing.

Schedule a consultation with our Riverview, Apollo Beach, Lithia, Parrish, Winter Haven or Sarasota Invisalign providers today!

For over 15 years, Hess Orthodontics has taken care of smiles across Florida. Hess Orthodontics is committed to making patients feel confident with their smiles and experience less pain from a misaligned jaw or teeth. We’re happy to welcome new patients.