WE MAKE ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT TRULY AFFORDABLE
Orthodontic treatments can be expensive, especially if more than one family member will need care. Most people don’t have that kind of money laying around. That doesn’t mean you should give up on your dreams of having straight teeth. Here are some options you can use.
Determine Your Dental Insurance Coverage
First, find out if your dental insurance provides coverage for services such as braces, Invisalign or Invisalign Teen. Most private insurances are accepted at our office. At Ghosh Orthodontics, we offer a free, no-obligation consultation. If your insurance covers any portion of the cost for braces, it’ll make it much more affordable. We have partnered with an experienced national third-party company to process your Insurance claims in order to maximize your coverage and benefits. And unlike many offices, we take assignment of benefits to lower your out of pocket responsibilities.
Extended Interest free Payment Plans
At Ghosh Orthodontics, our monthly payments are adjustable and could be as low as $99/month if you have some insurance benefit. Our patients customize their payment plans per their own unique situation. And you can even extend your payments longer than your treatment time in order to accommodate your budget.
Our down payments are extremely flexible and are the lowest in the industry. You could even split your down-payment to make your treatment more affordable.
Responsive and Caring Team
Our staff is committed to handling all the details regarding your insurance, from determining the coverage available to filing your claims. You only need to provide us your insurance information. Orthodontic insurance benefits are usually paid over the course of treatment. We even offer convenient and automatic monthly debiting from your bank or credit card account.
While orthodontic care is an investment, it doesn’t have to be expensive. You shouldn’t ignore your oral care. Learn about your options and discuss them with us. Call Ghosh Orthodontics today at 855-494-0046.