- $2,799 for a complete Invisalign treatment ($5,435 value)
- $199 for $2,500 credit towards a complete Invisalign treatment. The full cost of the treatment is $5,435 so customers will be responsible for the remaining $2,935 out of pocket.
A complete Invisalign treatment includes:
- Up to 48 aligners
- Comprehensive exam and consultation
- Full-mouth x-rays
- At-home whitening for aligners
Invisalign straightens teeth with a series of clear, removable, custom aligners. The process begins at the dentist’s office, where, during an initial exam, the doctor snaps x-rays and takes digital images of the upper and lower teeth. In the Invisalign lab, technicians craft a set of up to 48 transparent aligners made to the patient’s exact specifications. Patients wear the removable aligners for 6–18 months, changing the aligners every two weeks and only removing them while eating, brushing, or modeling a finely clenched jaw. Throughout the treatment, patients return to the dentist’s office for routine checkups to ensure teeth continue to shift into their proper places. Read the Invisalign FAQs here.
Ginger Price, DDS
Though family cosmetic dentistry is her day job, Dr. Ginger Price moonlights as a celebrity. Her presence in multiple magazines and on news programs has helped garner her clinic international recognition, and local awards—including a slot in Phoenix magazine's peer-nominated Top Dentists listings for 2011 and 2012 and a 2013 Best of Scottsdale Reader's Choice award from Scottsdale Living—bespeak her popularity at home.
Dr. Price's acclaim is due in part to her artistic background. She channels a college education in fine arts as she restores pearly whites, merging a practiced technical approach with an eye for beauty. She's been designated as an Invisalign Elite provider, which is given to a select few professionals that meet specific skill and experience levels. The addition of VibraPro to her Invisalign treatments can even cut the treatment time in half. Whether she is straightening grins with Invisalign, covering gaps with veneers, or installing dental implants, she strives to honor her patients' vision of a flattering smile—a more personalized philosophy than simply giving each of them an orange slice to wear over damaged teeth.