Say goodbye to misaligned teeth and hello to a gorgeous, confident grin with Zenyum Invisible Braces!
Using cutting-edge technology, ZenyumClear™ and ZenyumClear™ Plus provide a discrete and practical alternative to conventional braces for teeth straightening. The best bit? It’s now easier than ever to get the smile of your dreams, thanks to Zenyum’s flexible instalment payment plans that suit any budget!
Can you pay for braces in instalments?
Of course! Let’s face it. Nobody likes the idea of shelling out a lump sum for orthodontic treatment. With Zenyum instalment payment, there’s no need to stress over postponing treatment because of a limited budget.
We understand that each person’s financial circumstance is different, and we want to ensure that cost doesn’t get in the way of a smile that will launch a thousand ships.
Flexible payment plans mean it’s more accessible for everyone to get the smile they deserve without breaking the bank. So, how much do clear aligners cost? Let’s break it down.
How much are Zenyum Invisible Braces in Malaysia?
Firstly, Zenyum Invisible Braces is broken into two categories, ZenyumClear™ and ZenyumClear™ Plus. Our trusted partner dentist will determine which suits you better and map your smile journey treatment plan. All this will be organised after you’ve taken a FREE smile assessment and are determined eligible for clear aligners.
Zenyum Invisible Braces instalment payment breakdown
ZenyumClear™ Aligners are recommended for mild cases. This treatment takes approximately 3 to 9 months to complete. Here’s an outline of the total treatment cost for a one-time payment and monthly instalments:
|One-time payment||Monthly instalments|
For all your aligner sets.
ZenyumClear™ Aligners are payable in interest-free instalments for up to 6 months. All you have to do is make an upfront payment of RM2,299, and you’re good to go!
ZenyumClear™ Plus Aligners are for more complicated cases, where attachments to the aligners and extractions may be necessary. This treatment takes approximately 9 to 15 months to complete. Here are the one-time payment and monthly instalments:
|One-time payment||Monthly instalments|
|RM11,499 – RM 12,999|
Based on case complexity.
*Subjected to credit underwriting rules of the instalment service provider.
ZenyumClear™ Plus Aligners are payable in interest-free instalments for up to 9 months, with an upfront payment of RM2,899.
Smile Tip: After completing your treatment, you can purchase Zenyum retainers for only RM600. It’s an optional purchase not included in the original aligner prices above. But retainers are worth considering if you want to keep that perfect smile in place forever.
With the Zenyum Invisible Braces instalment payment option, getting the perfect smile is now within reach. So why wait?
What Are The Benefits of Paying In Instalment?
The idea of paying for something in instalments over six months can sound daunting. But there are several upsides of paying in instalments.
1. It increases your credit score
You are more likely to be given credit if you have a higher credit score since businesses will view you as a reduced risk.
2. Paying via instalment makes the cost more manageable
The first reason is making the cost more manageable. This option lets you get your dream smile and eliminates the need for a large lump sum payment, helping to avoid financial stress.
3. You can choose the payment amount
Flexible payment plans also allow you to choose the payment amount and frequency that fits your budget and cash flow.
Curious to know more about Zenyum Invisible Braces? Check our pricing article. It has all the information you need about Zenyum aligners, including individual pricing breakdowns so you can make an informed decision about your treatment.
Q: What payment platforms does Zenyum accept?
A: Zenyum accepts payments through Visa, Mastercard, and ATOME.
Q: Are the instalment plans interest-free?
A: Yes! We’re happy to confirm Zenyum instalment payment plans are interest-free.
Q: Are there other/hidden fees?
A: There are no hidden fees for the aligners. But there are extra clinical chargers, which you can learn all about here.