Meet with your orthodontist at a local dentist's office
We'll go over your treatment and get your aligners fitted
We review your treatment without needing an in-person visit
Who specialize in Invisalign
Orthodontist-led Invisalign, from your dentist's office
We've eliminated 95% of traditional in-person check-ups
24/7 access to your Care Specialist
We use the latest technology in our industry to provide the best patient experience
From our squishy cases to our custom chewies, we give you the tools to make treatment fun
We give you the option to pay for treatment on your own schedule through
. While we are currently out of network, your Care Specialist will help you fill out your out-of-network paperwork.
Or $4,500 billed once.
This plan is normally for people who have had prior orthodontic care and have seen their teeth shift over time. Treatment generally lasts 4-8 months.
Or $5,500 billed once.
This plan is typically for people who have never had treatment. For kids, the average length of treatment is two years.
Here is a sample breakdown of what your total savings may look like after all discounts are applied.
We are on a mission to provide the highest quality orthodontic care while upgrading the entire experience. We guarantee our orthodontists specialize in Invisalign and practice modern, tech-enabled care.
|Traditional Orthodontic Practices||Dentist-directed Invisalign|
|Orthodontists who specialize in clear aligners||Not guaranteed||Not guaranteed|
|Treatment plans created and overseen by an orthodontist|
|Can treat every case||Not guaranteed|
|Digitally enabled orthodontic care|
|Retainers included for lasting results||Sometimes||Sometimes|
"... best part is Anya can check in virtually which means not having to pull her out of classes!"
“This is the future of orthodontics for kids everywhere.”
".. I love that I can check in with my Dr. virtually every month so I don't have to miss training or classes."
Our doctors are the dedicated heroes of moving teeth, and we only hire the best in the industry. Get to know our friendly team of providers, who you'll be seeing at your free consultation.
Clear Aligners have been around for a while, but no brand guarantees high quality, orthodontist-led care.
We’re democratizing orthodontist-led Invisalign by bringing orthodontists who specialize in Invisalign conveniently to your dentist's office. This means we can treat everyone with clear aligners - including complex cases. We've also gotten rid of 95% of unnecessary in-person visits with ourvirtual check-ups.
Say goodbye to metal braces, forever.
We pride ourselves on transparent pricing and flexible payment plans. We have two plans depending on the severity of your treatment. Simple is generally for people who have already had treatment and need a tweak. Comprehensive is generally for people who haven't had treatment before, like most kids and teens. Our payment plans start as low as around $300 per month.
Invisalign prices are set by the dentist or orthodontist who is providing treatment, and there are several variables that affect this, including geography and cost of overhead. Also, up to 95% of providers offering Invisalign treatment are general dentists, who aren't specialists in tooth movement. Two Front clear aligners are always provided by orthodontists, meaning you'll be receiving the fastest, safest care with the best results.
Yes, our clear aligners are BPA-free. We pride ourselves on giving our patients best-in-class treatment, which includes the safest and best clear aligners that are BPA-free.
Both braces and clear aligners are an orthodontic appliance. The type of appliance used in orthodontic treatment is far less important than the skill set of the person providing it. Meaning: in order to treat comprehensive cases (think: preteens and teens) with clear aligners, you really need an orthodontist. Two major reasons:
1. Orthodontists must CREATE treatment plan based on in-person consultation
With direct-to-consumer clear aligner companies, orthodontists do not create treatment plans — often, they just 'approve' them. It’s kind of like an architect approving the build of a house by looking at a picture of it from 200 yards away. You can’t treat complex cases this way.
2. Tooth buttons are necessary for comprehensive cases
Tooth buttons are essentially handles for clear aligners to efficiently move naturally slippery teeth. The size, shape, and location are prescribed by an orthodontist. These are placed as strategically as possible (don’t worry, you won’t have an entire mouth full of tooth buttons).
At Two Front, your orthodontist builds your treatment plan after an in-person consultation, and comes back to clinically place your tooth buttons when your treatment plan is ready.
Great news! It's a myth that you need to have all of your permanent (or adult) teeth in order to start your orthodontic care (whether it’s with braces or clear aligners).
Ideal timing for orthodontic care should start in pre-teen or teenage years, while kids and teens are growing. At a younger age, bones are softer, which allows us to move teeth faster, easier, for a more beautiful and more stable smile as a result. Bones get harder as we age, and moving teeth in adults takes more time.
The best time to get started is when kids are in their 'late-mixed dentition' — which means that they have a few baby teeth left. While your 'dental age' doesn't necessarily correlate with your actual age, this is generally between 10-13 years old.
An in-person visit with your orthodontist will be the best way to determine the right course of action.Read More
Yes — clear aligners are an orthodontic appliance, just like braces. When paired with a treatment plan following an in-person assessment with an orthodontist alongside tooth buttons, they can be just as effective as braces, too. There are a few benefits: no more brackets and pokey wires, which prevents unnecessary emergency visits to the orthodontist, no dietary restrictions, better hygiene, and no more metal.
By the way, for parents who pursue clear aligner treatment through Two Front, you avoid going to the orthodontist altogether — we come to you for the two in-person appointments necessary to start clear aligner treatment, and follow up with any in-home visits as needed.
Our clear aligners are BPA-free and safe for kids.
In order to get a beautiful smile in a healthy and timely way — whether through braces or clear aligner treatment — you need an orthodontist.
Clear aligner treatment has been around for two decades, but it’s not always applied successfully.
Creating a treatment plan isn't as easy as playing a video game with your teeth — there is underlying biomechanics and facial aesthetics knowledge needed (which requires an in-person appointment with a specialist, which is an orthodontist). The safest way to ensure your teeth are moved properly, safely, without hurting your roots, and without relapse with clear aligners is to have your treatment plan created by an orthodontist who uses tooth buttons. Half the battle in orthodontics is not just making sure that your teeth move, but that the roots move along with the crown, so that you only have to go through treatment once.
Here is something to watch out for: some clear aligner companies use the word “orthodontist” liberally, because they have an orthodontist only 'approve' a treatment plan — not create one. The art in making a beautiful smile is in knowing the steps necessary in creating the perfect outcome.
Clear aligners are the biggest technological advancement in the orthodontic industry. They are a series of 3D plastic replicas of your teeth — created for you based on a treatment plan from your orthodontist — that gently move your teeth into their optimal position. In conjunction with tooth buttons, they can treat even the most complex cases.Read More
Both dentists and orthodontists are dental school graduates, and both provide dental services. Your dentist may even offer orthodontic services, leading you to assume that they’re an orthodontist. But here’s the difference:
Dentists are concerned with overall oral health. They usually provide services such as crowns, veneers or bonding to improve the appearance and function of teeth that have extensive decay, or are misshapen or broken. Dentists look for abnormalities in the mouth and teach patients how to prevent dental disease.
Orthodontists, meanwhile, specialize in tooth movement to maximize an individual's smile and function. By studying biomechanics, orthodontists have the skillset to move teeth into their optimal position within a person's jaws and facial proportions to create the most beautiful smile and healthy bite in the safest way possible. Becoming an orthodontist requires a three-year residency in addition to four years of dental school.
Orthodontics at its core is the art of tooth movement. Whether you pursue orthodontic treatment with braces or clear aligners, an orthodontist is needed to provide the highest level of care.