Investing in your smile design is one of the best decisions you can make, and we're dedicated to making it more accessible to you.

Investing in your smile design is one of the best decisions you can make, and we're dedicated to making it more accessible to you.

Treatment fees vary based on the complexity of your case and the treatment goals you wish to achieve. During your consultation appointment, our experienced doctors will carefully examine your teeth and determine the most suitable treatment plan for you. This plan takes into account not only the aesthetic and functional aspects but also your financial considerations. We aim to provide you with a treatment plan that aligns with your needs, both in terms of your smile and your budget.


It's often possible to use both your insurance and your FSA or HSA, which can significantly reduce your out-of-pocket expenses for orthodontic treatment. Pick the payment method that works best for you, and we'll make it seamless.

Flexible Payment Methods

We accept all forms of payment, including credit cards, debit cards, checks, FSAs (Flexible Spending Accounts), and HSAs (Health Savings Accounts) etc.

Interest-free In-house Financing

Start your treatment right away and opt for a reasonable payment plan that comfortably fits within your budget.

Payment Options - Pay In Full

Choosing to pay in full offers the advantage of a discount on your total treatment fee.


We gladly accept all major dental insurance plans. During your consultation appointment, our financial specialist will walk you through the cost of your personalized treatment plan and discuss the various payment options available.

This way, you can select the option that aligns best with your financial situation and your desire for a beautiful smile. We're committed to working with you to create a payment plan that suits your budget, and we assure you there are no hidden fees.


What distinguishes an orthodontist from my general dentist?

Your general dentist primarily focuses on general dental procedures like filling cavities, teeth cleaning, restoring crowns, etc. Orthodontists, on the other hand, are specialized dentists who undergo an additional 2-3 years of orthodontic residency after becoming dentists. We exclusively specialize in straightening teeth and correcting bite issues.

How can I determine if I require orthodontic treatment, and is it solely for cosmetic purposes?

When is the optimal age to start orthodontic treatment?

How quickly can I begin treatment?

Is orthodontic treatment painful?

Can I schedule my annual cleaning during orthodontic treatment?

How often should I visit the orthodontic office?

Will orthodontic treatment resolve my TMJ (temporomandibular joint) issues?

I'm considering teeth whitening, crowns, veneers, or implants. Should I do these procedures before or after orthodontic treatment?

How long does orthodontic treatment typically take?

What is the duration of each appointment?

Is tooth extraction necessary for orthodontic treatment?

Will tooth extractions leave gaps in my teeth after treatment?

Is Invisalign treatment exclusively for adults?

Are braces more effective and quicker than Invisalign?

What foods should I avoid during orthodontic treatment?

Will braces leave marks on my teeth after removal?

Will I receive retainers after completing treatment?

How long should I wear my retainer?

Do retainers last indefinitely?