Explaining the Rise In Cost of Zenyum Invisible Braces

14 July 2022

zenyum invisible braces weighed against coins

1. Inflation shouldn’t stop you from getting a smart deal

You’ve heard that word a lot lately, we’re sure. From the news to social media, we’ve probably heard and seen the word more often than we’d like to. But, what does the word “inflation” really mean? 

We’ll do our best to explain it. Since our blog isn’t really the place to go into complex financial concepts, we’ll keep it simple. 

Since everything is getting more expensive, we have to pay a little more to keep providing you with the same high quality teeth straightening that bring you one step closer to a brand new smile with each new set. 

We all know that if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. While Zenyum Invisible Braces may be a little more expensive now, it’s better than super-cheap DIY braces, which could do you far more harm than good. After all, can you really put a price on peace of mind?

2. Zenyum Invisible Braces are still the more affordable choice

We’re not trying to toot our own horns – it really is true! Regular braces will also set you back a pretty penny, at $3,500 – $4,200, and that’s probably on the lower end. 

Don’t even get us started on other kinds of braces! On the higher end, options like lingual braces will probably leave your bank account missing $8,000 – $11,000! Need the full breakdown? Check out our guide to the cost of braces in Singapore! 

See? True enough, Zenyum is one of the most affordable options you can get without sacrificing quality and results.


^Prices are captured on a biweekly basis and may be subject to change

3. Zenyum costs are clear with no hidden fees

How much does it really cost to straighten your teeth? It’s pretty common for other brands on the market to advertise unbelievably low clear aligners prices to entice you, only to hit you with hidden fees once they’ve got you hooked. 

Not Zenyum though. Here, we believe in honesty and being perfectly clear, pun intended. Which is exactly why we’re more than happy to give you the breakdown. After all, we’re all about being transparent. (We promise that’s the last pun.) 

Dentist Consultation: $150 – $186 – this goes straight to the dentist for the cost of your check-up, X-rays, and 3D scans

Zenyum Invisible Braces: $2,650* for ZenyumClear or $3,990* for ZenyumClear Plus if you require more complex corrections. 

*Prices above do not include
  • The $150-$186 charged for your first dental consultation
  • An additional $100 should you require a repeat 3D scan of your teeth for refinements.

^Prices are also captured on a biweekly basis and may be subject to change and GST.

And that’s it. Yep, we’re not kidding! That’s the full upfront price for Zenyum Invisible Braces, no muss, no fuss. You can find out all about our prices and how they work by reading our Zenyum Invisible Braces prices breakdown!

Now that you know the right choice is to choose Zenyum, we’re excited to have you start your smile journey with us. So, don’t forget to click the link below and take your FREE Smile Assessment!

Find out more about our Zenyum Invisible Braces today!

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