“Be the best version of yourself.  Smile More.”

FINANCIAL INFO AND COST OF BRACES

Orthodontic treatment is an investment in your smile for the rest of your life. We completely customize a payment solution to meet your family’s needs.

HOW MUCH DO BRACES COST?

The cost of braces or Invisalign can vary from patient to patient. We want you focused on choosing the best way to get a great smile – not dealing with deceptive pricing or high-pressure sales tactics.

WHAT ABOUT FINANCING?

We want your entire experience to be all about you and your smile- and that includes the finances. Some of our patients choose to pay in full and receive a small discount. However, most patients choose to finance their orthodontic treatment over the course of several months or even years. We can customize a solution for your financial needs.

THE SIMPLE DETAILS

$500 DOWN

Be on your way to your best smile for as little as $500.

$199 A MONTH

With payments as low as $199 a month, we make orthodontics fit any budget.

24 MONTHS

We have made our financing very simple and straightforward, but if you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to call us.

MORE QUESTIONS?

Many patients extend financing up to 36 months, well beyond their treatment.

Many dental insurance plans cover the cost of orthodontics including Invisalign, metal, or clear braces. Insurance coverage varies depending on your plan. At your first appointment, we can show you what your insurance coverage will be.
Your treatment fee will include any retainers that are needed to hold your teeth in their new position. It will also include all of your follow-up visits for the first year. If a retainer is lost or broken, there may be a minimal charge to repair or replace.
Orthodontic treatment almost always qualifies for FSA reimbursement. If your employer offers an FSA, let us know and we will verify your eligibility and help you get started.
No.  The price you pay for your orthodontic treatment covers everything we do to complete your treatment. It even covers your retainer adjustments for a year after your treatment is complete.