Learn about whether or not your dental insurance covers orthodontics.
Many dental insurance policies cover a percentage of the cost of orthodontic treatment, but the amount covered varies from policy to policy. If you want to learn whether your dental insurance covers orthodontics, send us your insurance details. Our team of experts will determine whether your plan covers braces, Invisalign, and more. We’ll provide a detailed report outlining your coverage and what it would cost you out-of-pocket.
Kumra Orthodontics is partnered with various insurance companies to make quality orthodontic care more accessible. Give us a call today to determine whether your insurance provider is an accredited partner of Kumra Orthodontics.
Upon wrapping up your visit to our clinic, take the opportunity to explore the distinctive local attractions. A mere 3-minute walk away lies the vibrant Golden Triangle district, offering access to downtown museums and monuments. You’ll also find the historic waterfront of Georgetown nearby. It’s an experience not to be missed!
Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry specializing in diagnosing, preventing, and treating malocclusions and dental irregularities. Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry specializing in diagnosing, preventing, and treating malocclusions and dental irregularities. Orthodontists use various corrective devices, such as braces and retainers to correct these problems.
In general, braces can cost a few thousand dollars. However, the amount of money you’ll pay depends on the severity of your case, the type of braces you get, and the dental provider you go to.
Depending on the severity of your misalignment, it can take anywhere from 5 months to a few years to achieve desired results with braces. In general, patients with more severe cases will require longer treatment times. For instance, if you have very crowded teeth, it may take two or three years to correct the alignment. However, if you have only a mild case of crookedness, you may be able to achieve your ideal smile in as little as five months. Ultimately, the length of time required to fix your teeth will depend on your situation.
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