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Ora Dental Studio - Multiple Locations

$2,995 for a Complete Invisalign Treatment with Exam, X-rays, Impressions & Follow-Up Visits at Ora Dental Studio ($5,245 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Apr 11th, 2012.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Must be 14 or older. Consultation required, non-candidates will be refunded.
  • See the rules that apply to all deals.

Questions and Answers 26 questions

Q:

my son is 14 and will be turning 15 next month - would this be appropriate for him?

steve f.  asked on  Oct 10, 2011

A:

He would be a perfect candidate for Invisalign Teen as long as the dental issues are tooth and bite related, and not due to skeletal (bone, jaw) discrepancies.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 10, 2011

Q:

I purchased this deal and am excited about getting started. I am trying to figure out which Ora location to go to due to hours, etc and my work schedule. How often do you need to come in for new trays and office visits. I have heard every two weeks and every five weeks. If you could let me know that would help me to decide which office to have the Invisalign done at. Thank you!

Emily Y.  asked on  Oct 10, 2011

A:

After your initial placement of Invisalign attachments and delivery of the first set of aligners you will need to visit the office only once every 6 to 8 weeks for follow ups to monitor progress and to get your next sets of aligners. You will be switching out the aligners at home every 2 weeks, no need to come in that often.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 10, 2011

Q:

Re: the previous question: The tooth is single replacement on a post.

EjS  asked on  Oct 10, 2011

A:

If its your natural tooth tooth that is remaining that had a root canal, post and crown you will be fine with Invisalign. If it is an implant the implant cannot be incorporated into treatment as it cannot be moved.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 10, 2011

Q:

Does age matter for invisalign? I'm 50 and not too pleased with my teeth, but don't know if it will take at my age. I also have a couple of lower crowns, which you say shouldn't be a problem, and one of my front teeth is false due to being knocked out when I was young. Will the front tooth be a problem for invisalign? Also, I have Met Life and they say that they will pay 20% up front and 50% of the prorated amount on a monthly basis durring treatment. Does this sound like a standard proceedure.

EjS  asked on  Oct 10, 2011

A:

Age does not matter with Invisalign or any other orthodontic treatment. Teeth can be moved effectively regardless of age as long as they are healthy. Is the front tooth in question missing, a crown, part of a bridge, or a dental implant? The insurance reimbursement is different with every company, but sounds typical.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 10, 2011

Q:

I currently wear a mouth guard at night because I grind my teeth. Am I still a candidate for 
Invisalign? Also I am a bit confused are you saying if your dental insurance covers part of ortho treatment this Groupon fee of $2,995 could be submitted to dental insurance for additional coverage? Thank you, Emily

Emily Y.  asked on  Oct 8, 2011

A:

Yes you are. Your aligners and retainers will not only straighten your teeth but also serve as nightguard as well to protect your teeth from bruxism (grinding) and clenching. We will submit the whole $2,995 fee to your insurance which will typically cover 50% of that as well as 50% of your retainers, as long as your maximum has not been reached. Those with orthodontic coverage typically have anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000 lifetime orthodontic maximum benefits.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 8, 2011

Q:

My dental insurance is through BlueCross BlueShield. Do I need a referal? Also how does the billing work? If I am paying $2995 for the groupon now, does insurance pay me back directly, or do you submit the claim, get paid, and then refund me.

Regina G.  asked on  Oct 8, 2011

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You do not need a referral. We can direct your insurance company to pay you directly. If a check comes to us, then we will reimburse you.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 8, 2011

Q:

Question 1. Can I eat with the aligners on? My doctor wants me to eat six times a day. The time required for eating, then brushing and flossing before putting the aligners back in would be more than 2 hours. Question 2. Do you bond those little bumps for anchoring the aligners on every tooth? And on which side of the tooth? Question 3. I am a massive tooth clencher during the day. Can I use the last aligner as a day guard to prevent further wear on my teeth?

Josepha F.  asked on  Oct 8, 2011

A:

The only 'food' you may eat with Invisalign aligners in is protein shakes. You cannot eat anything else with aligners in. If you eat 6 times per day with an average of 30 minutes per meal you will be fine. The 'attachments' are not bonded on every tooth - only on the front of teeth that require certain movements like rotation or extrusion (pulling), or for stabilization. Your retainers are more durable and can be used during the day when you clench.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 8, 2011

Q:

I recently took the first step towards Invisalign (x-rays and moulds), and I was told that my treatment would take 24 months. I was told that I'm a great candidate for Invisalign, but it would take the full 2 years to correct my overbite - although it takes only 6 months or so to actually straighten my teeth. Why does your treatment only take up to 15 months?

kim v.  asked on  Oct 8, 2011

A:

Invisalign treatment is not limited to 15 months - it could take as little as 5 months or up to 24 months depending on the complexity of the case. At ORA we have a lot of experience in treating over bites but most were less than 18 months. How experienced in Invisalign is the dentist you saw?

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 8, 2011

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They advertise Invisalign, and I fully trust them. However, I was just curious about the 5-15 month that this Groupon says. If it goes longer than 15 months, does this Groupon still cover it regardless of how long it takes?

kim v.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 8, 2011

A:

Once you purchase the Groupon it is ORA Dental Studio's responsibility to complete your case no matter how long it takes, even longer than 15 months. Have no worries - you are in great hands with ORA Dental Studio regarding your Invisalign treatment.

ORA Dental Studio  from  Self  replied on  Oct 10, 2011

Q:

This sounds like a great deal! I was just quoted $4400 by my dentist to get it done literally yesterday and would be a moron not to do this. Not to beat a dead horse here, but the only cost beyond the $2,995 would be the retainer fee at the end, right? The aligners are included I take it... Also my dentist had mentioned they would provide free of charge some sort of a teeth whitening solution to go in the aligners - is that something you could do and if so, how much would it typically cost?

William C.  asked on  Oct 7, 2011

A:

Correct, all aligners are included whether you have 10 or 20 or 30 aligners. We provide all of our Invisalign patients free take home whitening to use with their Invisalign treatment. Home whitening tray systems are $199, and whitening gel refills about $30.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 7, 2011

Q:

The deal expires April 2012. Does that mean all procedures need to be done by then?

Mary M.  asked on  Oct 7, 2011

A:

You simply need to start the Invisalign process by then as the deal has a six month expiration date to receive the discounted fee. Starting the process is simple - just book the initial Invisalign consultation and if you are a candidate we can start treatment same day by taking the ncessary Invisalign records.

Mladen O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 7, 2011

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