Your First Visit (Consultation)
We can’t wait to meet you and welcome you to our office! Our team is committed to making your treatment as easy and enjoyable as possible, in a friendly and welcoming environment.
During your first visit, you’ll get acquainted with the process and procedures for braces; we’ll discuss your customized treatment options in detail, estimated treatment length, and the associated costs. The initial consultation is free.
We’ll begin by taking diagnostic pictures and x-rays of your teeth, These diagnostics will be referenced throughout your treatment and used to monitor your progress. There is no charge for collecting the diagnostic records at our office.
Treatment costs can vary widely, depending on the patient and case. All treatment plans are customized for each individual and associated costs depend on the severity of necessary treatment. We keep our fees very close to the national average for orthodontic fees. Our treatment fee includes everything you will need during your orthodontic treatment with us. Diagnostic records, periodic photographs and radiographs and one set of retainers are included with our fee. Outside services are not covered under our fee.
Before beginning your treatment, we’ll discuss treatment fees, insurance coverage and financial arrangements in detail. We offer several different payment options: zero down and zero interest financing, a discount for payment in-full at the start of treatment, a larger initial payment and lower monthly payments, or payments paid during the treatment period.
All in-office payment options have no financing fee, and credit cards are accepted. We also provide information about a third-party financing company, should you choose a payment option that extends beyond treatment.
We work with most major insurance companies and will look into your coverage and file the necessary paperwork on your behalf. We are in network with Delta Dental, including Moda, and work with all insurance companies that cover “out of network” Orthodontic treatment. Good news is, most insurance companies do.