Invisalign Before And After – Difference Between Beam Clear Aligners and Invisalign.

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What is Invisalign & How Does it Work?

Invisalign is a clear alternative to braces. It’s made of a series of clear, removable aligners that are custom-made for your teeth. With Invisalign, you can enjoy the benefits of straight teeth without the hassle of traditional braces.

The aligner is created using 3D imaging and CAD/CAM technology. This process creates a clear treatment plan that’s customized to your bite and then sends it to the lab where your aligners are manufactured.

What is involved in the process of getting invisalign?

Invisalign is a system of clear, removable aligners that are used to gradually correct the alignment of teeth without braces.

Invisalign has been compared to braces because it helps straighten teeth and uses a series of plastic trays which are changed every two weeks. You will need to visit an orthodontist every six weeks for a professional check-up and a new set of trays.

Beam clear aligners compared to invisalign?

Are Beam clear aligners the same as Invisalign? Well, the truth is that, while both are clear aligners made of plastic, they aren’t identical. There are some unique differences between both. You must understand the differences between clear aligners and Invisalign so you can make the right decision on which to use for your own personal circumstances.


People often really want to know about the difference between Invisalign and Beam clear aligner’s price. The price for Beams is $2,149, while Invisalign costs typically start at around $6,000 per year. Therefore, you get a similar Invisalign before and after the result, without the 3-4x in cost. So as you can see it’s a bit of a saving going with Beam.

Aligner thickness

The thinness of our clear aligners also sets them apart from other clear aligners. Our thin Zendura FLX materials allow the Beam clear aligner system to be more discreet than other brands on the market. Therefore, you can wear it to work or school without attracting too much attention. Therefore, you get a similar Invisalign before and after the result, with a more discrete aligner. 


Beam and Invisalign aligners are not produced with the same materials. Beam clear aligners are currently produced with light materials that produce higher comfortability. Therefore, you get a similar Invisalign before and after the result, with a more comfortable aligner. 

No in-office dental appointments

Invisalign requires multiple in-office dentist appointments. Whereas Beam clear aligner treatment can be completed from the comfort of your home with remote monitoring by our dental team. Therefore, you get a similar Invisalign before and after the result, while in the comfort of your home. 

Beam clear aligners

At Beam, our mission is to make dental care more affordable and accessible to all Australians. That’s why our clear aligners are the most affordable solution for improving your smile. Best of all we offer two simple ways to pay. 

Once you have purchased your Beam impression kit and approved your Beam Clear Aligner treatment plan the next step in your smile journey is to purchase your Beam Clear Aligners to achieve your dream smile. We offer flexible clear aligner pricing plans as outlined below. We are offering $700 OFF our Single Payment plan for a limited time. All Payment Plans Include Free Teeth Whitening & One Set of Retainers for Post Treatment. Valued at $240. 

You can check the details of our pricing plans here.

If you have any additional questions on Invisalign before and after or anything else you can contact us at

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