Payment Options for Your Budget
Orthodontic treatment can place a burden on your family’s budget, and that's why we work with you to develop a payment plan that fits your needs.
Get Affordable Care
Know that you're getting orthodontic care that's both high-quality and affordable. You can get no-interest, extended financing to spread your payments over the total length of treatment.
At your first free consultation for your orthodontic treatment, you'll see the total cost along with your payment plan options. This total cost includes all fees for diagnostic records, treatment visits and appliances, one set of retainers and a year of retention visits following active treatment.
You'll also get an Oral B/Braun electric toothbrush and many tooth brushing aids for free to maximize your oral health. Our fees are fully explained and all inclusive – you won't have any additional or hidden fees.
As a service to you, we offer payments through online, automatic withdrawals or on your credit card. Our patients have the added convenience of checking their account, making payments and scheduling appointments online.
We can even work with you to coincide our billing cycles with your pay periods, just to eliminate any stress.
We're committed to helping you maximize your insurance benefits. To help you, we'll bill your insurance company for your services and accept assignment of benefits.
Many private or employer-provided plans offer specific coverage for orthodontic treatment. You can also apply your Health Savings Account funds to your orthodontic treatment.
Our team is more than happy to help you review your plan, so if you are unsure about your coverage after reviewing your plan, feel free to bring your information in and let our office staff explain your coverage.
If you and your partner have separate benefit plans, extra savings might be available because you may be able to coordinate your benefits. Every plan’s policies are different, but we’ll be glad to review your plan’s unique benefits and limitations when you visit our office.
For the amount not covered by insurance, you may be able to submit a health expense report on your income taxes, so always save all your receipts.