What Is The Price of Retainers?

//What Is The Price of Retainers?

What Is The Price of Retainers?

The price of retainers in Manila is cheap especially when you put their price tags besides the orthodontic braces that came before. However, it’s not quite the price of retainers that you should be thinking about, but the type of retainer you’re choosing. This article will not only talk about the price of the product and the benefits that it offers.

The Price of Retainers in Manila

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The average price of retainers is Php 3,000.

Yes, that includes most retainers such as Hawley and Essix. The other type of retainer is quite different but it’s price only differs by quite a few amounts.

However, as mentioned at the beginning, focusing on the price shouldn’t be your first priority on dental retainers. Your priority should turn towards the type of retainer that you’re picking because of that what matters most.

The Types of Retainers Available

  • Hawley Retainers – a Hawley retainer consists of an acrylic base and flexible wires. Wearing Hawley retainers will give put on quite a similar look as wearing braces. The only difference is that it has no brackets but a lone wire running across your front teeth. The base itself can come in a number of colors and is durable towards damage which gives it a longer lifespan. Plus the wires are adjustable which gets rid for the need to buy a new one.
  • Essix Retainers – if you know what Invisalign clear braces look like, then you’d be quite familiar with the appearance of an Essix Retainer. Essix retainers go over your teeth the same way as a mouth guard would. It’s made out of a clear plastic material.
  • Bonded Retainers – a bonded retainer is a single line of wire that’s placed at the back of your lower teeth. Unlike the two previous retainers, this one is not removable. It’s also the most effective one because it stays on 24/7.


If you’re still quite unsure on what type of retainer you should go for, then make sure to talk to your orthodontist about it. Your orthodontist can give you the information and insight needed to make the right decision.

By | 2018-10-03T08:02:42+00:00 October 6th, 2018|Articles|0 Comments

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