Financing the cost of treatment for every budget
You Are Your Best Investment
Investing in your smile can change your life for the better. We understand that the financial aspect makes this a big decision. That’s why we make it our mission to help make the decision a little easier for our patients.
Our staff will discuss the cost of your personalized treatment plan and each available payment option with you, so you can make the best choice for you, your finances, and your smile. We will work with you to create a payment plan that fits your budget with absolutely no hidden surprise fees.
Get Interest-Free In-House Financing
Flexible financing is an essential part of personalizing your treatment. PORTH payment plan options are in-house with no interest. We know how much do braces cost and we have a great solution to help you manage your dental coverage and dental savings.
We do not believe in involving third parties (e.g. Care Credit) to dictate financial terms. We are here to take care of your treatment and financial needs. We can help you navigate your orthodontic insurance coverage during the enrollment season. We can also help you with dental savings or dental discount plans.
We Offer Flexible Payment Options
We are happy to work with you to offer flexible plans that span the length of your treatment to help space out the payment process. Most insurance policies partially cover orthodontic care.
Pay in Full
Get a discount when you pay in full.
Start your aligner or braces treatment for a reasonable monthly payment that fits into your budget. We will adjust this based on your dental insurance coverage.
Extended Payment Periods
Reduce monthly payment amount by extending your payment schedule beyond your treatment time.
Get started on your treatment right away with a down payment of just $500. Or, you are welcome to put down more if you are able to and would like to minimize your monthly payments. You can use your credit card.
Use Your FSA or HSA
We will work with you to maximize your Flexible spending account (FSA) and health savings account (HSA) benefits. These types of pre-tax dollar accounts can be a wonderful way to offset the costs of braces. Often, you can use both insurance and your FSA or HSA, resulting in a relatively low out of pocket cost for your orthodontic treatment.
You get to choose how you want to pay (increments or lump sum) and plan accordingly. We recommend you check with your FSA or HSA administrator to understand the documentation requirements before coming into our office to set up a payment plan.
Use Your Dental Orthodontic Insurance
We Accept These Insurance Providers
Delta Dental of California
Delta Dental of Washington
We Accept Orthodontic Insurance from These Local Companies
Issaquah School District
Lake Washington School District
University of Washington
Pay It Your Way
We are committed to customizing your payment plan to maximize your insurance, FSA, or HSA benefits. Whether you pay a small amount in this calendar and more the following year, we’ll make financial arrangements that work best for you.
Patient Guides on Dental & Orthodontic Insurance Benefits
Book a free Consultation!
Start a virtual complimentary consultation today or schedule an in-person appointment at our Sammamish or Bellevue clinic. Your first free appointment includes recommendations for orthodontic treatment.
How to cover orthodontic Treatment Cost
Dental insurance plans are often have a lifetime maximum for orthodontia. This orthodontic coverage is mostly the same for in-network, PPO plans and out-of-network providers. Cost of orthodontic treatment depends on the complexity of orthodontic care.
Cost of orthodontic services including traditional braces (or ceramic braces) or clear aligners ranges between $2000 to $15000. This include a copay, coverage limits, and out of pocket payment by the patient or guardian.
Cover Braces and Aligners
Insurance policies are often indifferent to orthodontic treatment with traditional braces or clear aligners (Invisalign). Best dental insurance cover part of orthodontic care. Dental benefits are different from insurance coverage for orthodontic treatment; it is a onetime coverage.