Invisalign Singapore

Invisalign is a popular option for teeth alignment in Singapore. It is an alternative to traditional braces.

Invisalign Singapore

Invisalign is a set of clear aligners that are used to straighten teeth. They are virtually invisible, which is why they are also called “Invisalign clear aligners.” Invisalign straightens teeth in a gentle and effective way by using a set of custom-made, removable aligners that are made just for you. Over one million people from all over the world have straightened their teeth with Invisalign, which is evidence that it really works!

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is a clear aligner treatment that uses a series of custom-made, removable aligners to straighten teeth. The aligners are made with medical-grade solid thermoplastic material and are changed every few weeks. Invisalign uses a 3D computer imaging program called ClinCheck®. This align technology accurately simulate your teeth’s movement and how they will move from start to finish.
Invisalign clear aligners are nearly invisible, making them barely noticeable. This makes them a popular option for people who want to straighten their teeth without having to wear traditional braces.

Are clear aligners effective?

Typically complete alignment of the teeth can be achieved with aligners. However in some situations a short phase of fixed appliances may still be necessary to achieve certain tooth positions that are not well managed with clear aligners.

Initial assessment/diagnostic investigation

  • Upper and lower impressions for study models
  • Two large x-rays (frontal and side view)
  • Initial screening and photos

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* If the patient does not want to proceed, all the records will be returned to them.

Invisalign Singapore Cost | How Much Does it Cost?

Invisalign Treatment Cost

$6900-7900(w/o GST)

Initial Payments 
Digital prescriptions,
treatment planning and clinical checks showing
the 3D simulated outcome
$ 1000
Full lab cost for fabrication of aligners$ 3000 – 4000
Subsequent Payments 
1st aligner issueS$1500.00
Progress review 1S$700.00
Progress review 2 S$700.00

The Invisalign package includes only the Invisalign treatment. The total cost of Invisalign® treatment is significantly influenced by the number of aligners required, and it also varies depending on the complexity of the treatment. The the treatment times vary accordingly.

Excluded in the treatment cost:

  • Initial evaluation of the state of the teeth and diagnostic investigation: $195.00; includes two big x-rays (frontal and side views), upper and lower imprints for study models, and initial screening. *If the patient decides not to proceed, all the records will be given back to them.
  • Extractions; if needed
  • Dental Treatments (scaling and polishing, fillings)
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What dental problems can Invisalign fix?



This is when the upper teeth overlap the lower teeth. A small amount of overlap is normal, but more severe cases of overbite can cause pain when eating or chewing.



An underbite is the opposite of an overbite. The lower jaw protrudes in front of the upper jaw, causing the lower teeth to overlap the upper teeth. This can cause problems with eating, chewing, or talking.



A crossbite is where the upper teeth fit behind the lower teeth, which can cause tooth decay or difficulty speaking.

Open bite


This is where the upper and lower teeth are unable to fully close together. This may cause tooth sensitivity and a lisp in your speech.

Gaps in teeth


Teeth spacing occurs when there are larger gaps between teeth, as shown in the front teeth above. Gaps between two or more teeth can cause speech difficulties, and food particles can become stuck between teeth more easily.



Tooth crowding occurs when there is not enough space in the jaw for all of the teeth to grow and fit in. This causes some teeth to be pushed to one side or grow in a twisted position, resulting in mild to severe crowding.

Invisalign Process Singapore

Invisalign Singapore Treatment Process

Invisalign Journey 

Here is a step-by-step overview of the Invisalign process:

  1. Diagnosis: The first step is to have an initial consultation to assess your teeth and determine if Invisalign is a good option for you. Two large x-rays, photos, impressions for study models are taken during this visit.
  2. Discussion: Share diagnosis and iTero 3D scan results, address concerns, discuss treatment plans 
  3. Start of Package: A custom treatment plan is created for you, clinical check and coordination of treatment plans with Invisalign starts.
  4. 1st tray issue: The dentist will clean and polish your teeth, place attachments, and fit the first aligner.
  5. Progress reviews: Return every 4-8 weeks for progress reviews.
  6. Last INV Review: Return for a final review.
  7. Refinement aligners: If you need refinement aligners, the dentist will remove the old attachments, place new attachments, and collect the refinement aligners.
  8. Debond and removal of attachments: Once your treatment is complete, the dentist will debond your teeth and remove the attachments

Advantages of Invisalign


One of the main reasons why people say Invisalign is better than traditional braces is its aesthetic nature. Invisalign is a set of clear aligners that are virtually invisible. They are harder to detect than traditional braces and are a discreet alternative to conventional fixed braces.

Better Oral Health

You can remove your aligners when cleaning and brushing to ensure optimal oral hygiene. This is because you won’t have to maneuver around the wires and brackets. It is also suggested that this can improve your periodontal health by decreasing the number of bacteria that hide around your teeth and gums.

More Freedom

You can remove your aligners swiftly and simply whenever you need to. This means that you can eat your favorite foods without having to worry about damaging your braces.

More Comfortable

The aligners are made of smooth, comfortable plastic which is less likely to irritate your cheeks and gums.

Fewer food restrictions

Unlike traditional braces with wires and brackets, you can eat whatever you like during the course of treatment because you can remove your aligners to eat and drink.

Result oriented

Invisalign straightens your teeth with 75% more predictability, backed up by years of research.

Fewer potential problems

There are a lot of people who wear conventional braces who have experienced brackets falling off or wires breaking, which resulted in them having to make an unexpected trip to the orthodontist. Using Invisalign eliminates the possibility of you experiencing that issue.

See your Smile

Our dentists use 3D imaging to look at your teeth and make custom aligners for you. Before you even start your treatment, you’ll be able to see how your smile will look when it’s straighter.

Disadvantages of Invisalign

Easily misplaced

You can remove your aligners, but it is easy to lose them.

Treatment hours: 22 hours per day

For the teeth to move effectively, the patient must be willing to wear the aligners for at least 22 hours a day, which is almost all the time. If you believe that you will be compelled to take them out more frequently, this option is probably not the best one for you.

May not match all teeth conditions

It does appear to indicate that Invisalign is more successful for individuals whose teeth only require certain types of movement. When dealing with more complicated conditions, depending on the complexity, your dentist might recommend trying a different method. In addition, if any of your teeth already have crowns or bridgework attached to them, then Invisalign may not be the best choice for you.

Invisalign Cost in Singapore

The cost of Invisalign in Singapore is typically higher than the cost of conventional, tooth-colored/metal fixed braces. This is because the Invisalign laboratory charges high fees for the creation of the series of aligners.

Not for Everyone

Invisalign is not for everyone. If you have severe tooth misalignment, Invisalign may not be the best option for you. You should also be prepared to take good care of your aligners and to remove them when eating and drinking.

Need to remove when eating and drinking

You must remove your aligners before eating or drinking anything. If you don’t, food or liquid could get into them. This can encourage the growth of bacteria, which can lead to cavities. Liquid can also stain your aligners and your teeth.


Living with Invisalign – How to Care for Your Aligners

With Great Teeth Comes Great Responsibility

Invisalign is a convenient way to straighten your teeth, but the aligners are like another set of teeth. Not only do you have to take care of your teeth, but you’ll also have to clean and take care of some pretty delicate medical devices.

Aligner Care

Invisalign’s clear design means no one will notice you’re wearing them. However, neglecting your aligners can lead to discoloration and germs can cause foul odors and tooth decay.


You should clean the trays with a soft toothbrush that won’t scratch them. You can add a small amount of clear antibacterial soap and then wash them well with warm water. Do not use toothpaste to clean the trays because it is too rough.

You should also brush and floss your teeth after every meal. Putting the aligners back in while food is still on them can cause cavities or other issues.


Rinse the trays each time you remove them. If you’re not soaking them, put them in a case. Bacterial growth can occur when left outside.

Food & Drink

Water is the only thing you can drink with Invisalign. Remove the aligners for anything else. Brush your teeth before reinserting them.

You will need to brush your teeth at work, restaurants, friends’ houses, and more. It is best to carry a travel-size set with an extra brush and a toothpaste.

Wearing Retainers

Retainers to maintain teeth positions after the package ends. They have to be worn at least 8 hours per day in the first year.

Insurance & Subsidies

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Smilepoint is a Baby Bonus (CDA) approved institution. You can use the funds from the CDA for dental treatments.

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