Financial Options

Your smile is yours forever, and we want to make it as easy for you to receive the orthodontic care you need. We offer flexible options to meet your preference.

Smile Investment Options

We know patients sometimes worry about the financial investment involved in a fantastic new smile. However, there is no standard price tag and it varies for each patient depending on factors such as the complexity of your case, the type of braces or appliances you choose and how long your treatment lasts. Open dialogue and transparency are important to us, and our team will go over costs up front. There will be no surprises and no hidden fees.

Affordable Payment Plans

At Kelson Orthodontics we believe everyone should have the opportunity to achieve straight teeth. So, don’t worry. You won’t have to start selling that record collection on Craigslist. We have numerous flexible payment options. We offer convenient no-interest financing plans with a low down payment and affordable monthly payments. We’ll help you work within your budget. Kelson Orthodontics also provides credit card and bank draft options.

  • 0% interest financing
  • Pay in full
  • Low monthly payment option to fit your budget
  • extended financing terms available

Most Insurance Accepted

Insurance can be confusing and complicated. That’s why we accept most insurance providers and discount plans. Our financial team can work with you to find individualized solutions for your orthodontic treatment. Not sure if your insurance is accepted? Contact us to find out!

  • We accept most insurance plans
  • We handle all the paperwork for you

Fun Facts

Did you know?

You can bank money tax-free into your HSA (Health Savings Account) and FSA (Flexible Spending Account) that can be used towards orthodontic treatment.

Contact us to learn more!

Did you know?

Here’s a fun fact for you to file away for trivia night: Similar to fingerprints, we all have a unique set of teeth, and each tooth is shaped differently than the one next to it, in the same mouth! This means that the type of braces that work for one person may not work for another. Dr. Kelson can outline your options during your initial consultation

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