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.
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.
For the longest time I was insecure with my smile. I thought I would never be able to do anything about it. Then I found SmileDirectClub. It was so convenient, even for a single mom! I never have to hide my smile again! Thanks, SmileDirectClub!
If anybody knows me, I'm very insecure about my teeth. BUT thanks to SmileDirectClub, I got some things straightened out. Guess that's something to smile about.
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.