How Does Nu Smile Stack Up Against Major Clear Aligner Brands?

August 6, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — thenusmiles @ 1:19 pm
Hand holding two clear aligners against purple background

Are you thinking about getting clear aligners to straighten your teeth? In the past, Invisalign was the only brand that consumers turned to. Nowadays, though, you are spoiled for choice. ClearCorrect is a popular option, and DIY treatments like Byte and SmileDirectClub are also attracting a lot of attention. Of course, there is also the Nu Smile Aligner system, which is the exclusive type of clear aligners that we offer at our four convenient locations throughout New Jersey and New York. How does Nu Smile stack up against national brands? Let’s take a moment to compare your choices. You’ll soon see that Nu Smile outshines the competition.


Invisalign is usually the most expensive clear aligner system, with prices reaching all the way to $8,000 in some cases. ClearCorrect is not quite as bad, with an upper price of around $5,000. DIY systems, such as SmileDirectClub, are usually in the ballpark of around $2,000 or so. Nu Smile Aligners cost only $1,750. That is a flat fee that applies to all cases, including ones that are relatively complex. An in-house payment plan is available for just $80 per month.


Invisalign and ClearCorrect are both reliable treatments that deliver consistent results. DIY braces do not have such a stellar reputation. Some of them are low tech and rely on manual dental impressions that patients take themselves. That can lead to poorly fitting aligners that do not work as well as they should. Nu Smile Aligners are just as effective as Invisalign and ClearCorrect. They can address most types of misalignment, including many cases of crooked teeth, misaligned bite, and more.

Materials and Technology

Invisalign likes to boast about the patented material that they use to make their aligners as well as their high-tech treatment process. ClearCorrect patients love the lightweight nature of their aligners. At-home clear aligner systems can be made out of various types of plastic, and in many cases, they are bulky and draw a lot of attention to themselves.

Dr. G, the mastermind behind Nu Smile, insists on top-quality hypoallergenic and biocompatible polyurethane resin for our aligners. This lightweight and discreet material is comfortable to wear and difficult for onlookers to notice. Plus, the aligners are 3D printed using the latest technology to ensure that each one fits perfectly.


Invisalign and ClearCorrect have patients spread across a huge geographical area, so they might not be able to provide personalized service to patients (although the dentists that offer them might). With DIY braces, you might never enjoy one-on-one guidance and monitoring from a qualified dental professional. Nu Smile is locally based and provided by a team who deeply cares about each patient. When you visit us for your periodic checkups, you can expect us to treat you with empathy, respect, and professionalism.

So…how do Nu Smile Aligners compare to other brands? We believe it is the best — and we hope you do too!

Meet Dr. G

Dr. Admasu Gizachew is an accomplished general dentist who is passionate about providing top-quality service at a reasonable price. He is committed to lifelong learning and is always excited when he discovers new technology that can benefit his patients. If you would like to meet him and our team, or you have questions about Nu Smile Aligners, contact any of our conveniently located offices.

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