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Whether it’s your first visit or your final treatment, we’ve put together the following information to help you maximize your appointments and get the most out of your treatment.
It is our mission to provide you with affordable, high-quality care that fits your budget. We offer a variety of payment options and are happy to thoroughly explain our options so that we can accommodate your treatment needs.
For New Patients
Your first visit is an important one. During this initial appointment, Dr. Ryann will review the following information about your orthodontic treatment, and you’ll be able to ask any questions you may have.
Common questions include:
- What condition are you hoping to fix with orthodontics?
- Is now the best time for treatment or should it be delayed until additional growth/movement, etc. happens?
- What treatments will be used to correct the problem?
- Do any teeth need to be removed?
- How long will the treatment take?
- How much does the treatment cost?
- What are my available payment options?
For Existing Patients
Properly caring for your braces and retainers will help ensure your treatment time is not extended. Please review the following forms that apply to your orthodontic care.
If your insurance covers orthodontic treatment, you will receive the benefit of reduced personal costs. Many insurance policies have a lifetime orthodontic benefit that is distinct from regular dental insurance. Remember that insurance policies vary, and we will review your insurance to determine the appropriate course of action. Before your initial consultation, our office will verify your insurance benefits for you with your insurance carrier. This allows us to better estimate your out-of-pocket expense. Once treatment has started, we will file your claims.
Our office participates with most insurance plans in Western New York.
Please remember that orthodontic insurance is a benefit for you or your child. If, during the course of treatment, your benefits change, the financially responsible party is accountable for all changes.
Flexible Spending (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)
Many employers are now offering flexible spending or health savings accounts as a benefit to their employees. These accounts set aside pre-tax dollars for healthcare spending. Orthodontic treatment, including Invisalign, is typically eligible for use with FSA/HSA money. Please contact our office if you are interested in using your FSA/HSA for orthodontic treatment, and we can walk you through the process.
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