All-Inclusive Invisalign in Harrisburg Available from Exeter Orthodontics
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Invisalign in Exeter Orthodontics costs only $3,995 and includes x-rays, aligner trays, and retainers.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - iSportsWire -- Invisalign aligners are an increasingly popular alternative to traditional metal braces. Removable, comfortable, and transparent, patients are willing to pay a premium for Invisalign and its added convenience. However, at Exeter Orthodontics in Harrisburg, patients can find high-quality Invisalign without breaking the bank.

Invisalign in Harrisburg costs only $3,995 from Exeter Orthodontics. This low price includes x-rays, retainers, adjustments, repairs, and aligner trays. No matter how long a patient's treatment lasts or how many visits they need to achieve a straighter smile, they will never pay more.

"As an orthodontist, we're in the business of helping people," says Dr. Lauren Wegrzyniak. "However, high prices hurt our patients by denying them the care they need. We are striving to change this."

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During a free consultation, Dr. Wegrzyniak and her team will take x-rays. If approved for Invisalign, digital impressions are used to create aligner trays. Every few weeks, these trays will be switched as the patient's teeth gradually straighten.

Sometimes, certain complex cases may require a solution other than Invisalign. If not approved for Invisalign, traditional braces in Harrisburg are also available for only $3,995. Dr. Wegryzniak will help patients develop a treatment plan best fit for their needs.

To learn more about Invisalign from Exeter Orthodontics, visit New patients are welcome.

About Exeter Orthodontics: For several years, Exeter Orthodontics, a Pennsylvania-based orthodontic practice, has offered area patients braces and Invisalign treatments for as low as $3,995. Its team of orthodontists remains dedicated to providing high-quality care at an affordable price. Learn more at

Meredith Souder

Source: Exeter Orthodontics

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