Your Guide to Clear Aligners: Invisalign Price Singapore 2024

Dental Designs Clinic Singapore
08 Feb, 2024

You may have come across the word "Invisalign" being mentioned as a treatment procedure that can help straighten crooked teeth. However, did you know that Invisalign is merely one of the many systems of clear aligners that are available in Singapore? The market for clear aligner systems has definitely expanded over the past couple of years to cater to various preferences and budgets. Here is an overview of the various clear aligner systems that are available in Singapore!


What are clear aligners?

Clear aligners are also known as invisible aligners because of their transparent nature, hence making them a popular option for adults and teenagers alike as they offer a more discreet alternative to traditional metal braces to straighten teeth. Clear aligners are custom made for each patient and are designed to be worn for about 22 hours a day. Each upper and lower set is to be worn for 1-2 weeks before moving on to the next set in the series. This helps to gradually shift teeth into their desired position, ultimately transforming the your smile.

How do clear aligners differ from braces? For Further Insights.


What are the some of the clear aligner systems available in Singapore?

1) Invisalign

Invisalign is the pioneer brand that started clear aligners, and is probably the most well-known and commonly used brand of clear aligner systems worldwide as well as in Singapore, with more than 17 million patients. It was initially introduced in 2000, and has a long track record in successful teeth alignment. With the introduction of attachments and other supplementary aids, Invisalign is now used to treat all types of crooked teeth. One thing that makes Invisalign stand out from the rest of the clear aligner systems is their continued investment into their R&D and AI tools to optimise teeth movement and results. Another strong point is the use of SmartTrack1 material for their aligners. This material is strong to provide optimal force to control tooth movement and yet transparent enough to be more appealing to patients who are more self conscious. Invisalign treatment in Singapore typically costs $5300 to $ 10200. If after the initial sets of clear aligners the teeth need to be moved further, it is usually a small fee for processing. image (3)

2) Zenyum

Zenyum is indicated mainly for mild malocclusion cases as it is a direct to consumer system, hence the low prices. It relies on dental technicians to do case planning after the information is sent in. It utilises medical grade plastic and is one of the most affordable clear aligner systems. There are less physical visits to the clinic which accounts for the lower price. The price of Zenyum treatment ranges from $2690 to $4590, which covers the initial sets of clear aligners, but if further movement needs to be made, the whole price may need to be paid again. This means that the cost may add up for cases which are more crowded as there is more potential for slight adjustments to be necessary after the first round.


3) ClearCorrect

Just like how Invisalign has their patented material, ClearCorrect aligners are made from their own material, ClearQuartz, which are known to be resistant to stains2 and cracks. The material is also known to be thinner, hence making them much less noticeable when patient are wearing them compared to cheaper materials. When it comes to price, ClearCorrect is definitely more affordable than Invisalign, ranging from $1500 to $6000


3) In house Aligners

Clear aligners have been in the market for more than 20 years, and there are smaller systems in the market available which can do the job for mild malocclusion or crowding cases. In house aligners refers to aligners which are designed and made in a dental laboratory using specialised CAD software. As it is provided direct from the dentist to the patient, in house aligners require more expertise in aligner mechanics but are usually cheaper for patients. 

At Dental Designs Clinic, we provide in house aligners for patients using Zendura FLX material, which is a rigid polyurethane material designed for retainers and aligners, offers an optimal blend of properties such as crack resistance, stress retention, stain resistance, and optical clarity. Its variant, Zendura FLX, requires 40% less force for insertion compared to other aligner materials, ensuring enhanced patient comfort throughout treatment. This improved comfort significantly enhances the patient experience during the entire treatment process. . You can read more about Zendura FLX here. They are suitable for mild cases such as after previous orthodontic treatment with braces and typically target the front teeth to improve the smile aesthetics. 

Cost of inhouse aligners can start from $1600.

*Please kindly note that all prices are general estimates. As prices will vary between invidividuals, for precise pricing, please consult your dentist. clear-aligner-on-tooth-model

How do I decide which system is good for me?

There are several factors to consider before deciding which clear aligner system is suitable for you, such as your finances, preferences, and goals. For complex malocclusion cases, it might be good to consider Invisalign as it offers a comprehensive treatment adaptability and customisability. If you are looking for a more affordable option, Zenyum might be the right option for you. ClearCorrect offers a middle ground between the two. We would highly recommended to see your dentist first for a consultation as they are there to provide you with more detailed advise.

Here at Dental Designs, we offer Invisalign treatment. Contact us today to begin your Invisalign journey.



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