*Monthly payments are calculated by dividing the patient’s final treatment price by a number of months. Prices may vary based on the patient’s age, case severity, treatment type, insurance coverage and more.
** Alternate financing options are only available to qualified applicants based on a financial review and available insurance coverage.
***Costs associated with Invisalign clear aligners for comprehensive Invisalign treatment, including the full prescribed set of upper and lower aligners, are covered by the stated price for up to 24 months (for comprehensive) and up to 12 months (for SMILIFY) or until the originally prescribed term is completed.
Dental insurance can help you cover the costs associated with your orthodontic treatment. You can also use your FSA or HSA to save even more.
Learn more about saving with insurance or get a free quote today!
This tool is only to be used as an estimated look at your monthly costs and is not to be considered a final total. Your actual treatment costs will be calculated following a consultation with one of our licensed doctors.
*The figures presented here are used only as an example and do not represent an actual estimate of your Invisalign treatment costs. Final treatment costs are only calculated in a Diamond Braces office after the initial consultation with one of our licensed doctors is completed.
Diamond Braces offers comprehensive braces treatment plans for kids, teens, and adults! This way, you and/or your teen can work towards a Diamond smile at the same time! Diamond Braces offers family discounts for parents and children, multiple children, or any other combination you can think of!
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If you complete your in-person consultation with one of our doctors and begin treatment, you will receive $500 off the quoted cost of your braces treatment!
Braces are orthodontic appliances made from either metal or ceramic material designed to straighten a patient’s teeth over time. Braces consist of two parts – brackets that are placed on the teeth with a special cement and a wire that expands around your entire dental arch. The wire is attached to the brackets using colored rubber bands. Over time, your doctor will tighten your braces in order to progress you to the next phase of treatment. They may also recommend that you use external rubber bands to move your teeth in a particular direction.
A healthy mouth leads to a healthy body, and braces can have a massive impact on a patient’s overall health. Crooked, misplaced teeth can trap bacteria and make it difficult to properly clean them, which can lead to the bacteria infiltrating the body. Braces straighten the teeth into proper form, making it easier for patients to brush and allowing the mouth to generate saliva more efficiently, which can lead to fewer instances of bacteria sneaking by the body’s defenses and making you ill.
Before factoring in your $500 discount and additional savings you may have access to, the cost of a comprehensive braces treatment plan is between $3960 - $4800. Factors such as age, case severity, insurance availability, and more can determine the cost of your treatment.
Yes, most, if not all dental insurances will cover braces as a treatment option. While you may not have access to the less conspicuous ceramic braces.
You can pay in monthly installments or all at once – it all depends on your situation.
Yes! HSA and FSA accounts can be used to pay for your braces.
Of course! Braces have been straightening teeth for centuries and continue to be the most cost-efficient option when it comes to orthodontic care.
You may experience some discomfort in the early days of treatment, along with times you have your wire tightened. This is a completely natural feeling that will let you know treatment is working as it should. Applying the brackets so that your teeth can properly move won’t hurt, either.
It’s simple! First, we’ll take a 3D scan of your entire mouth using an iTero intraoral scanner, and supplement that data with x-rays. The doctor will review your current dentition, then send the scans along with some special instructions to our dental lab. Here, the lab technicians will create a custom fitted indirect bonding tray, which will allow your doctor to place your brackets with pinpoint accuracy. Once the brackets are applied, they will be dried using a special lamp, securing them into place. The archwire is placed and secured using bands colored with your choice of shades.
As long as you wear your aligners properly, your Diamond smile will last a lifetime!
While undergoing braces treatment, we recommend avoiding crunchy or gooey foods like pretzels, candy, gum, and anything else that can get stuck between your braces. While your teeth are sensitive, caused by either putting your braces on for the first time or having the wire tightened, avoid food that’s harder to chew and stick with mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, or meat off the bone.
Abiding by the dietary restrictions is a great place to start. You should also perform your oral care routine of brushing and flossing at least twice per day. Lastly, if you play sports, be sure to wear an appropriate mouthguard to avoid damaging your braces.