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The cost of your orthodontic treatment will vary depending on your needs and treatment plan. Our staff will discuss the cost of your treatment, and each available payment plan option, including orthodontic flexible financing, so that you can make the best choice for you and your family. We will work with you to create a payment plan that fits your budget, and you will know what to expect before beginning treatment. If you have orthodontic insurance that will be covering any portion of your payment plan, our office staff is always available to help with claims and questions.
Although fees vary according to the complexity and time involved with each individual’s case, a personalized payment plan can be arranged for your orthodontic treatment that fits within your family’s budget.
Visit our practice and we’ll work with you to make the cost of treatment accessible. We offer in-office orthodontic financing to qualified patients, and you’ll be glad to know that our flexible payment plans offer a practical and affordable way to get the orthodontic care you deserve.
Keep in mind that we also accept cash, most major credit cards, and orthodontic financing via CareCredit®.
We are happy to work with you and arrange a payment plan that best fits your budget.
Many insurance policies carry a lifetime orthodontic benefit that is different from regular dental insurance. Keep in mind that not all insurance policies are the same, and we will review your policy to find out the next course of action. If your insurance covers orthodontic treatment, there will be a significant decrease in your personal costs. Once your treatment begins, we will proceed to file your claims.
Dr. Bobak and our staff believe that high-quality orthodontic treatment should be accessible, convenient, and affordable.