How much does Realine treatment cost?
Realine costs about one-third of Invisalign. Your particular level of complexity will determine your particular fee. Invisalign fees range from $5,500 to $7,000. Realine fees average around $2,000 but your fee may be higher or lower.
Before you commit to a plan, a preliminary analysis is performed by Dr. Meyer. This is a no charge, no commitment visit to determine if you are a candidate for Realine.
If you are a potential candidate, a more thorough analysis is performed. Impressions of your teeth are obtained, along with photos and X-Rays. This is the Records Acquisition visit, and there is a non-refundable fee of $250 for this visit. (More on that fee in a moment.) Your diagnostic records are then sent to Realine, where your 3-D computerized projections are rendered.
You'll be shown the computerized projections of your treatment plan, you will be given a treatment plan fee quote, and all your questions will be answered. If you don't like the projected results, let Dr. Meyer know what you don't like. Sometimes modifications can be made to the sequence to get the results you want. Based on your input, a new computerized projection will be rendered by Realine, and another consultation visit will occur. If you still don't like the projected results, well then, you are done!
You can change your mind later, and decide to proceed, but only in the first month or so after your consultation visit. After that, your teeth may have moved enough so that it becomes necessary for another Records Acquisition visit, and the non-refundable fee associated with that visit.
Upon your decision to proceed, your Records Acquisition fee is immediately credited towards your total Realine fee. Your work order is sent to Realine. One third of your treatment plan fee is due at the point you accept treatment, on top of the Records Acquisition fee. Discounts are available if you pay your entire fee at the time of treatment plan acceptance. Zero percent interest payment plans are available at Dr. Meyer's office, assuming regular payments are made as treatment progresses.