They’re generally a few hundred dollars more than the metal ones as long as you find an orthodontist who provides them. If your teeth have any areas that need a big quantity of push or pull (like a huge overjet on top), they won’t generally use them due to the fact that they break more often.

If your teeth are fairly straight and they don’t have to exert that much pressure to move them, (or you accept spend for replacement brackets when they fail), you can typically get them without problem.

Remember that traditional brackets (the kind that make use of little rubber bands to hold the wire on) will still reveal the bands. White and clear elastic band tarnish within days, so they won’t look “clear” or “tooth colored” for more than a week or more. Once they go brownish yellow (or orange) your teeth will look fairly “filthy”.

Check out average cost of braces

A good website to see the quotes on the clear braces cost is Realself.com.

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