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Clear aligners (invisible braces) are a more comfortable and convenient alternative to metal braces. The trays fit over your teeth and gradually move them into the correct alignment.
The aligners apply gentle pressure to specific points on your teeth. This pressure transfers to your tooth roots and jaw. The trays gradually shift the teeth into the correct position. These movements are applied in small increments.
2Usmiles is new to the remote aligner industry. Customer reviews and feedback are currently limited. For these reasons, we recommend more established brands like Candid or Invisalign. These companies have a strong track record for safe and reliable aligner treatment.
2Usmiles sells at-home aligners, also called direct-to-consumer (DTC) aligners. These are different from in-office aligners like Invisalign.
In-office aligners require you to visit a dental professional like a dentist or orthodontist. You’ll set up an appointment to get teeth impressions and x-rays taken beforehand. Then you have to see them regularly to check progress.
The dentist's office acts as the 'middleman.' This means you’ll get a high standard of care with a much higher price tag.
At-home aligners are a cheaper, more convenient alternative to Invisalign and other in-office treatments. Everything is monitored remotely with direction from dental professionals.
You’ll order an impression kit, take them at home, and send them back. A custom digital treatment plan is created, and the aligners are sent directly to your home.
At-home aligners are growing in popularity due to their convenience and reduced cost. Invisalign costs between $4,000 and $8,000. At-home aligners like 2Usmiles cost less than $2,000.
Getting started with 2Usmiles is a straightforward process:
2Usmiles is one of the more affordable aligners available. They also offer a payment plan.
The Quick Effective Aligners cost $1,395. With the payment plan, you can pay $89/month ($399 down payment). These are worn for 22+ hours a day for 4 to 8 months on average.
The Night Comfort Aligners cost $1,545. With the payment plan, you can pay $95/month ($399 down payment). These are worn for 10 hours a night for 12 to 14 months on average.
Many oral health experts are concerned about the safety of night aligners. We don’t recommend them because of this. Learn more here.
Clear aligners can save you thousands of dollars compared to braces. Learn about clear aligners.
Here are the pros and cons of 2Usmiles aligners:
We’ll update the information on this page as 2Usmiles grows and becomes a more established brand.