*No Down Payment for Braces
Our office offers an interest free monthly payment plan with *No Down Payment for Braces. There is a small additional charge for cosmetic clear braces and gold braces. ®Invisalign treatment does require a down payment because of the upfront cost charged to our practice by ®Invisalign. Because no two mouths are alike, the total cost of your orthodontic treatment may vary depending on your individual needs and treatment plan.
At your Free Exam, Dr. Nirenblatt and his staff will discuss with you the total cost of your treatment and available payment plan options so you are able to make the best decision for you and your smile. We know that orthodontics is a big financial commitment for families. Our staff has helped thousand of families over the years in Charleston with their orthodontic payment plans. Together, we will create a custom payment plan that fits your budget so you will know what to expect before beginning treatment.
10% Pay in Full Discount
If you do not need a payment plan and would like to pay for your braces in full, we offer a 10% cash discount off of the total cost of treatment, excluding insurance.
Refer a friend and get your account credited!
For each friend you refer that gets started with full comprehensive treatment you will receive a credit to your orthodontic account. Refer a Friend Now!
Do you have several children or are you a parent who wants treatment after their child is finished? We offer a second family member discount for your loyalty to our practice.
We work with most insurance providers, FSA and HSA PreTax accounts.
If you provide your accurate insurance information to us in advance we will contact your insurance company to predetermine your orthodontic benefit so that you will know it on the day of your new patient exam. Our office staff will file your insurance claim(s) as a courtesy to help you. Please help us by contacting your insurance company as well. Please understand that insurance is a benefit provided to you by your employer or purchased by you. Our relationship is not with your insurance company but with you so if your insurance does not pay it is your financial responsibility for payment.
How does orthodontic insurance work?
Orthodontic benefits are a sub-category of dental insurance. They do not work exactly the same way as your dental benefit, though. Instead of giving you an annual out of pocket maximum, orthodontic benefits usually have a lifetime out-of-pocket maximum. That means that, unlike dental benefits, orthodontic benefits do not renew annually. In addition, orthodontic benefits tend to be lower than dental benefits. What we ususally see is an orthodontic benefit between $1000 and $2000; $1000 is pretty normal, $1500 is good and if you have a $2000 benefit that is great!
We accept most major credit cards
Visa, MC, Discover and Care Credit
*Certain restrictions apply. See office for details.