Dental Insurance Benefits sometimes include partial coverage for orthodontics. Typically benefits are capped at a lifetime maximum per individual with a 50% co-payment feature.
Benefits are generally paid out over the length of the treatment, meaning that if the coverage is lost or changed during treatment, benefits may prematurely terminate.
When considering which doctor to choose for your orthodontic treatment, we recommend that patients consider three important points in the orthodontist's past records.
1. Look at long-term results.
Fully one-half of our adult patients are re-treatments originally treated elsewhere. Inadequately stablized cases account for the lion's share of the instability. Check out our long-term fifteen year post-treatment results.