We want financing your orthodontic treatment to be as easy as your visits to our office. To achieve this, we have made a wide assortment of payment options available to you. We also take care of your insurance filing, which makes your life easier! After all, when we say we take care of our patients, we mean it.
Orthodontic treatment is an excellent investment in an individual’s health and well-being. Because of this, we believe that financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining your healthy smile. Being sensitive to the fact that different patients have different needs, we provide a wide range of payment options.
- Interest-free Payment Plan: Our in-office monthly payment plan including an initial down payment.
- Prepayment Courtesy: Our payment in full option for which we offer a courtesy discount.
- No-Initial-Payment Plan: Care Credit offers no initial payment, low monthly payments, and low fixed interest rates. You can apply for credit on-line through this site http://www.carecredit.com/. You may also contact OFP directly at 800-637-3393 for more information.
The cost of treatment depends on the severity of the patient’s problem. You will be able to discuss fees and payment options before treatment begins. We accept assignment from most insurance plans and file the necessary papers to the insurance company. We work hard to make orthodontic treatment affordable.
In an effort to keep orthodontic fees down while maintaining the highest level of professional care, we have established this financial policy:
- If full payment is made at the onset of treatment, we will offer a fee discount. (If you have insurance, we will offer a discount for full payment of your portion of the fee that will not be covered by insurance.)
- To fit your individual needs, financial arrangements can be made to extend your payments over a period of months following an appropriate down payment. For your convenience, we offer Visa and MasterCard service.
- We will make every effort to accommodate our patients with temporary difficulties, but with serious delinquency in payments, we may discontinue the treatment.