365 Braces Treatment – Braces, Clear Aligners & Invisalign

What is 365 Braces?

365 Braces is the first of its kind treatment offering a Doctor controlled orthodontic treatment called “Hybrid Braces.” By utilizing a hybrid mix of high tech braces and/or clear tooth aligners (called 365Aligners™), patients receive treatment in a dramatically short period of time (6-12 months), at a FRACTION of the cost, and always finish their treatment using a set of clear tooth aligners. Because our Providers now have their own onsite 3D aligner labs, we can offer this service minus the lab expense of Invisalign. The Orthodontists who created this as an alternative to full braces or Invisalign are now passing the savings DIRECTLY TO YOU, our patients. We believe “Hybrid Braces” and 365Aligners™ are the perfect balance between cost and effective tooth aligner treatment. It’s an excellent option for both teenagers and adults.

365 aligners

365 Aligners

Perfect for minor or mild tooth movement. No braces involved. Only sold in sets of 5 aligners at a time. $39 per aligner (Minimum of $195 per set).

365 Braces – LITE

365 Braces – LITE

Braces for 6 months, then aligners for up to 6 months *
Braces price: $2,646 – $147 per month for 18 months
+ Any additional aligners needed after 12 months are $39 per aligner (sold ONLY in 5 Packs) until finished/happy

365 Braces Full

365 Braces Full

*Braces for 12 months, then aligners to finish for up to 6 months *
Braces price: $4,296 – $179 per month for 24 months
+ Any additional aligners needed after 12 months are $39 per aligner (sold ONLY in 5 Packs) until finished/happy

Each package require a $249 Membership (Includes initial exam photos, Xrays, and initial 3D scan)


Invisalign Clear Aligners

Invisalign consists of a series of 18 to 30 custom-made, mouth guard-like clear plastic aligners. The aligners are removable and are replaced every 2 weeks. Braces price: Down payment $249, 24 monthly payments of $232, total cost: $5,820

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The assistant was very pleasant and so was the doctor. Everything was explained and reiterated for clarification. The details of what would happen at the next visit was also explained. Our wait in the waiting room wasn't long at all. Great service!

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Everyone here is very nice. I was unable to stay for my sons initial consult, but the staff made sure I received all the info and how to contact them if I had any questions.

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FAQ about Braces

What are braces?

Braces are used by your orthodontist to help you improve the look and feel of your smile. There are several different types of braces to choose from, including:
– Traditional metal braces
– Clear braces
– Ceramic braces
– Lingual braces
– Self-ligating braces
– Invisible braces

How Long do I wear braces?

Anywhere between 6-30 months, but 365 Braces & Aligners take less than a year (365 days)!

Do braces hurt?

Braces do not often hurt though you may feel a small amount of discomfort for a couple days as your teeth, gums, cheeks, and mouth get used to your new braces.

If I have braces, do I still need dental checkups every six months?

Yes! In fact, it’s even more important that patients receiving orthodontic treatment visit their dentist regularly. With braces, food may be caught in places that your toothbrush can’t reach. This causes bacteria to build up that can lead to cavities, gingivitis, and gum disease. Your dentist will work closely with your orthodontist to make sure that your teeth stay clean and healthy while wearing braces.

How do you know if you need braces?

If your child is getting regular dental visits, your dentist will be able to determine when it’s time for minor intervention or a full evaluation for braces. Here are some signs that a child is likely to benefit from braces: Early, late, or irregular loss of baby teeth. Difficulty in chewing or biting.

Are braces really necessary?

Children who grow up with crooked or buck teeth often face ridicule that leads to insecurities. Unfortunately, the bias doesn’t seem to disappear with adolescence. Either way – whether braces are medically necessary or cosmetically necessary – both are good reasons to give your child braces

What is the best age to get braces?

Patients with orthodontic problems can benefit from treatment at nearly any age. An ideal time for placement of braces is between 10 and 14 years of age, while the head and mouth are still growing and teeth are more conducive to straightening.