invisalign dentist

We’ll guide you through your options and take a 3D scan of your mouth so we can find the perfect fit.
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invisalign dentist

your teeth
just got easier

Quick results

Quick results

It will take about two weeks for you to see the results. During your treatment, they will only get better.

Absolute invisibility

Absolute invisibility

Through your treatment with Invisalign, you can smile with confidence.

$1,000 off for only 10 seats

$1,000 off for only 10 seats

Take $1,000 OFF Invisalign treatment today.
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In the house

An exam that’s designed to prevent problems, instead of just solving them.

Cutting-edge technology

X-rays may now be completed in seconds rather than minutes, with 80% less radiation, and digital imagery is also included.

You'll never be asked to do anything that isn't in your best interest

If you don’t want or need the care we recommend, we won’t recommend it.

Sit down and watch TV

With Sony® noise canceling headphones, you can catch up on your favorite shows. 

Oral Cancer Screening Is Free

A quick screening ($70 cost) for peace of mind, absolutely free of charge.

Smooth teeth cleaning

The gentlest and most thorough cleaning method possible

All the way with you

Your straightening journey begins with an initial, free 30-minute consultation that uses 3D imaging to show you exactly how your smile should be. In fact, our technology can even show you how your smile will look after your teeth straightening plan is completed.Then, we will help you select the best teeth straightening plan for you and monitor your progress monthly with in-person check-ins.Whatever your plan may be, we will be with you every step of the way.

We provide Invisalign services

There are several factors that determine which type of treatment is most appropriate, but we find that most people are candidates for Invisalign. Invisalign works with each smile differently, so every case is unique & the exact treatment plan varies. The length of your case will vary depending on your needs; no matter how long or how short you need it, we will help you identify what you need.

results that
really work

Our payment method is determined by your needs & whether you need partial or full teeth straightening. An Invisalign case typically costs between $3,000 and $6,000. However, at Smile by choice, we offer $1,000 off for 10 patients this month.
Smile By Choice offers flexible payment options, so you may pay as little as $100 to $200 a month.
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Simple ways to pay






$0 down, 0% APR

We've partnered with Affirm to offer monthly financing for as low as


Down payment


0% APR


No Hidden Fee

*Your rate will be 0% APR or 10–30% APR based on credit, and is subject to an eligibility check. For example, a $4,750 purchase might cost $98.95/mo over 48 months at 0% APR. Note you must complete your in-person consult and accept treatment by 9/30 in order to be eligible for the $250 off promotion. Payment options through Affirm are provided by these lending partners: affirm.com/lenders. Options depend on your purchase amount, and a down payment may be required


Re-sets and




A personal




We've got you covered

We work with major insurers to get you the best care possible. Don’t have insurance? It’s $350 for your exam
(and we can help you finance it).

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Beautiful, modern studios

Relaxing environments and the latest technology. Each room is medically sanitized and sterilized.

invisalign near me

You deserve to have a beautiful, straight smile! Your dental home awaits you.
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Frequently asked questions

First, there needs to be a space in which to place a dental implant. So, in some cases, there may need to be an extraction first. In other cases, there may already be a space. Typically, a CBCT (cone beam CT scan) is done to evaluate the site in three dimensions. If there is not adequate bone present for an implant, then sometimes a bone graft is needed first. Once the dental implant is placed, there is a healing time, typically several months. If the dental implant is in an area that can be clearly seen, a temporary restoration can be placed. If it can’t, the area will be left alone to heal. Once the dental implant attaches to the bone, impressions are taken, and a permanent crown is fabricated to attach in one of several ways to the implant.
A dental implant can replace anywhere from one single tooth, to an entire arch of teeth.
Dental implants are needed in order to replace lost, badly damaged, or congenitally missing teeth.

Implants are often the most predictable, beautiful, durable, and safe treatment available to replace a missing tooth or teeth.

Dental implant maintenance is basically the same as for a natural tooth. When your teeth are being professionally cleaned, there may be different instruments used, but the at-home care should not change. Smoking should be avoided, however, as this can affect the long term health of the area.


Dental implants have long-term success rates of up to 95%. Once they are “integrated” into your bone, they will function just like natural teeth. They also cannot decay. And they don’t require any special at-home care.


Any surgical procedure has risks. The most common is if the dental implant fails to “integrate” into the bone and is lost. Common factors that affect this are smoking, diabetes, and poor at-home care. The second most common problem is called peri-implantitis, which is an infection around the dental implant, leading to possible loss of bone, or loss of the implant itself. In the significant majority of cases, however, implants can last for many years, with nothing more than routine maintenance both at home and at regular dental visits. 

Successful implants allow for function to be restored in a long-lasting way, meaning a return to desired aesthetics and ability to eat most foods without difficulty.


Dental implant placement is surprisingly comfortable, with very little post-treatment pain. Most patients return to work within a day or two (some even earlier). The time it takes to place a tooth or teeth on the implant can vary depending on the location within the mouth. Dental implants in the lower jaw typically heal more quickly than those in the upper jaw due to the bone being more dense there. The permanent implant-supported crown can be made and inserted once this healing (“integration”) occurs, which can be from 3-6 months. 

Every insurance provider has its own policies for what is or is not covered. To see if you’re covered, give us a call at (212) 406-3686.


In dentistry we never say “forever,” but implants can last for many, many years if the patient remains healthy, does not smoke, and continues a regular schedule of dental visits.


Fixed bridges often fail, and when they do, the most common reason is decay on the supporting teeth. This obviously cannot happen with titanium implants. Dentures, by definition, are removable, and they are typically a last resort for patients. Removable dentures, no matter how well they are made, will move to some degree, are artificially thick, and often not especially beautiful. Whenever possible, a fixed implant is the better solution.


“Integration” with the bone typically takes three to six months, and the rest of the process can take as little as two visits for a simple case, but could require additional visits for a more complicated situation.

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