Financing Orthodontic Treatment
Orthodontic treatment can get too expensive for many people, mainly those who are usually on a very tight budget, especially when many orthodontic offices are recognized as cosmetic surgery centers by Insurance providers.
Financing is also one of the main reasons why many people avoid going for dental treatment, which can cause the orthodontic problems to grow worse, and symptoms like jaw pain and gum disease start to come in.
Also, the longer you take to begin treatment for orthodontic problems the more difficult they are to fix. However, there is nothing to worry about; we can advise you on the financial spectrum of getting your orthodontic procedures done by Dr. Ingrid Barillas and Dr. Rodolfo Sanchez, at the Dental Specialists of New York.
Booking an appointment for orthodontic treatment
The first step to knowing what you’ll have to pay is checking the severity of your problem and deciding upon the best treatment for you. Some of your other needs would also have to be looked into while estimating the costs, The Doctors (Dr. Barillas and Dr. Sanchez) and rest of the staff will be able to discuss the treatment for you and to make a good payment plan so that you won’t have to break the bank.
Please Note: Dental Specialists of New York accepts most credit cards and insurance plans
Procedures and Associated Costs
Average Cost Of Braces
Braces fall under different sorts of price brackets, you can choose from three options depending upon your cosmetic needs, metal braces are the cheapest starting at around $3000, however, they are clearly visible to any observer, Ceramic Braces start around $4000 are slightly less visible and Lingual Braces, which are specifically made to be put behind the teeth are the most expensive, averaging at around $9000 or $10000.
Average Cost of Invisalign
Invisalign, cosmetically speaking is invisible, it ranges from $4000 to $8000, however in the cases of extreme orthodontic deformity, Invisalign is not the treatment that can work out for you.
The staff is always available to help out with insurance claim paperwork, our team would also coordinate with your insurance provider in order to make the financing suit your budget. You can also check with your insurance provider their policy on dental surgery, whether they consider it to be a medical treatment or a cosmetic procedure. And also, under what circumstances is it considered a medical treatment. Most Insurance Providers, who consider orthodontic treatment a cosmetic procedure, would start to consider it a medical issue if it causes jaw pain or possibly causes gum disease.
An HSA account is benefited by tax exemptions. For dental procedures, the IRS carefully eyes withdrawals. The IRS policy considers it a cosmetic procedure unless it poses to be a threat or a cause of a medical complication. To get to know more or book an appointment, you can register in the patient portal by clicking here.
If you or someone you know is in need of orthodontic treatment and located in or near Midtown Manhattan, Sunset Park Brooklyn, or surrounding areas of New York City contact us today to set up an appointment!
Manhattan: (212) 661-2192
Brooklyn: (718) 439-2822