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Visiting a new orthodontist can be intimidating and uncomfortable. Our team wants to welcome you to our office with open arms! With a team of highly skilled professionals in a friendly environment, we know that you will find your orthodontic home with us at Kentucky Orthodontics and Invisalign®.
Financing & Insurance
We value our patients and want to work with them as much as possible to provide affordable orthodontic care. Each treatment plan is unique, therefore each payment plan is unique.
This discount is available to those who pay their entire professional service fee at the beginning of treatment (cash, check, or credit card).
This 0% interest payment plan will substantially reduce the amount of your monthly payment.
No Down Payment
This option allows a straight monthly payment with no down payment required and a low origination fee of only 7%.
Most insurance plans accepted. We will gladly file all claim forms for the duration of your orthodontic treatment (insurance monthly payment money comes directly to our office and reduces your monthly payment amount).
We welcome Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, and Discover payments.
Orthodontic emergencies can range from pain in the teeth or jaw to a broken wire or aligner. If you suspect that you are experiencing an orthodontic emergency, please call our office to receive emergency care from our team!
Frequently Asked Questions
AT WHAT AGE SHOULD MY CHILD HAVE AN ORTHODONTIC EXAMINATION?
Unless you suspect a problem at an earlier age, the initial orthodontic examination should take place around age seven. This examination may or may not lead to immediate treatment. After evaluating your child, the orthodontist may simply want to check or observe your child periodically while their permanent teeth come in. Early diagnosis and treatment can help guide teeth into the right position and possibly prevent any major procedures.
HOW LONG DOES TREATMENT USUALLY LAST?
Every patient is different, so timelines may vary. Treatment to twist or rotate teeth can be corrected easily in a few weeks or months. Other treatments, such as closing large gaps or correcting overbites can take longer. Please consult with your orthodontist for an estimate on the timeline for your treatment.
WILL I HAVE TO WEAR RETAINERS AFTER MY BRACES COME OFF?
Each patient’s individual situation is different. Your orthodontist will determine and design the retainers specific to you, if needed. Most teeth have a tendency to return to their original alignment, therefore, some form of appliance or retainer will usually be required. This allows for your smile to be maintained for the long run.
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