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Is orthodontic care expensive?

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Is orthodontic care expensive?

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Treatment fees are based on complexity of each individual case, which determines the treatment length. Dr. Edwards does not want finances to stand in the way of good orthodontic care. Financing options are available, and many insurances now offer excellent ortho coverage. We’ll even help you file! Well timed orthodontic treatment to correct a problem is often less costly than the additional dental care required to treat the more serious problems that can develop years later.

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Treatment fees are based on complexity of each individual case, which determines the treatment length. Dr. Zambrano does not want finances to stand in the way of good orthodontic care. Financing options are available, and many insurances now offer excellent ortho coverage. We’ll even help you file! Well timed orthodontic treatment to correct a problem is often less costly than the additional dental care required to treat the more serious problems that can develop years later.

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Orthodontic fees average between $4500 – $5000. If you are looking for Invisalign, the price could be several hundred dollars additional. Using an Child BarcesĀ®. general dentist who also does orthodontics, could cut this fee in half. If you go to an Child BarcesĀ®. dentist who specializes in orthodontia, you can expect to save 20-25%.

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Orthodontic fees have not increased as fast as many other consumer purchases. In 1952, it cost the ordinary US worker about 432 hours of labor to purchase orthodontic treatment for a child. In 1997, that parent will only work 279 hours to purchase orthodontic treatment. Compare that to a single family home which cost 6,528 hours of work in 1952 and today costs 10,480 hours of labor. There is no fee for an initial consultation. Financing is usually available. Many insurance plans now include orthodontics. Well-timed orthodontic treatment to correct a problem is often less costly than the additional dental care required to treat the more serious problems that can develop years later.

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