SmileDirectClub aligner treatment is the convenient, affordable way to get the smile you’ve always wanted.
Choose monthly payments of less than $89/month for 24 months (with a $250 deposit for a total of $2386) or a single payment of $1950. And you can get started at our office.
We take 3D scans or impressions of your teeth at our office.
A SmileDirectClub-affiliated doctor prescribes your personalized treatment plan.
Your aligners are sent directly to you, all at once.
You’ll start seeing results in as little as 60 days
You’ll get your new smile in as little as 4 months.
Lifetime Smile Guarantee™ protects your new smile for life and includes free aligner touch-ups if needed.
Two aligner schedules to choose from: 22 hours a day, or 10 continuous hours at night.
You get all your aligners at once, so there’s no wait to start your next set.
Have virtual Smile Check-ins with dental professionals, and access your Dental Care team 24/7 via text, video chat, email, or phone.
Choose monthly payments of less than $89/month for 24 months1 (with a $250 deposit for a total of $2386) or a single payment of $1950.
SmileDirectClub accepts most insurance plans, as well as FSA, HSA, and CareCredit funds.
No credit checks or forms to fill out.
Let us help you get started with SmileDirectClub by taking quick scans or impressions of your teeth at our office. Get a free electric toothbrush at the end of your appointment.
1: SmilePay™ is $89/month for 24 months with $250 deposit ($2386 total). APR varies. See FAQs for details.
2: “As little as 60 days” claim is based on survey results with customers who were in treatment with SmileDirectClub 22-hour-wear aligners where 80% said they saw movement within the first 60 days.
3: Typical SmileDirectClub treatment takes 4-6 months. See SmileDirectClub.com/claims for details. Results may vary.
4: Lifetime Smile Guarantee requires ordering two sets of retainers per year to maintain the guarantee.
5: “60% less than braces” claim based on Single Pay vs. average total fees (including diagnostics and in-person exams) for treatment of mild-to-moderate malocclusion with braces as reported in a national survey of practicing orthodontists.