Affordable Braces: Changing Your Smile Without Breaking the Bank
The first question I usually hear from patients is: “How much do braces cost?” Before your first exam, the answer is always the same: the cost of orthodontic treatment depends on your individual needs and treatment plan. Our team will discuss costs and payment plans to fit your budget so that you can make the best choice for your needs and your smile.
For your convenience, we accept payments made with cash, debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. We also offer financing through CareCredit®.
Interest Free Financing
Our experienced team can work with you to create customized financial arrangements that extend payments over several months. We do this through a partner bank known as Orthobanc. We will do everything we can to work with you and accommodate you during temporary financial difficulties. However, please keep in mind that we charge late fees for accounts past due.
CareCredit® is a credit card you can use to pay for your healthcare services over time. Patients love the low payments and no pre-payment penalties or up-front costs. Click on the CareCredit® logo to learn more or complete an application.
Insurance and Orthodontics
Not all insurance plans cover orthodontic treatment, but many do. The patient payment portion covered for orthodontic treatment varies depending on the coverage provided by your provider as well as the specifics of your orthodontic treatment needs.
Please bring your insurance card to your first appointment or consultation so that we can assist you in determining whether or not your insurance plan will help to cover the costs of your treatment.
Please keep in mind that professional care is provided to you, our patient, and not to an insurance company. If the insurance company does not pay for any reason, you will be responsible for all financial obligations. We will help in every way we can in handling insurance questions from our office on your behalf.
Kindly provide at least 48 hours notice for any appointment that needs to be rescheduled. Appointments cancelled in less than 24 hours may be subject to a cancellation charge.