How Much Do Braces Cost Per Month Without Insurance?

It’s hard to estimate how much your child’s braces will cost per month. the average cost of orthodontic treatment without insurance is between $3,000 and $7,000. The amount of the monthly payment will depend on the type of braces, the length of treatment, and the length of the payment plan.

To get an accurate quote on the cost of braces without insurance for your child, schedule a consultation with a dentist associated with the Kool Smiles Kids Club.

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how much do braces cost per month?

The cost per month for your child’s orthodontics will depend on:

    • the type of braces. traditional metal braces are usually the least expensive option. lingual braces usually cost more. (more on that in a bit).
        • the duration of treatment. some problems take longer to correct. with longer treatment time comes more maintenance and adjustment appointments. each appointment may have its own cost.
        • insurance coverage. Some insurance policies will cover all or part of the cost of braces for children.
        • your child’s other dental needs. if the dentist recommends additional procedures, such as cleanings or cavity fillings, the cost will increase.
        • the duration of the payment plan. any amount paid over a longer period of time will cost less per month than the same amount paid over a shorter period of time.
        • kool smiles associate dentists have payment options for braces with or without insurance

          At kool smiles, we have a large network of partner dentists who welcome new patients, insured and uninsured. Kool Smiles Associate Dentists aim to provide the highest quality care to all children and make dental care accessible by:

              • Accepting cash, credit, and debit (for uninsured and underinsured families).
              • we accept medicaid, tricare, chip (formerly schip), and most major insurance plans.
              • accept carecredit: a healthcare credit card that allows patients to pay for their procedures over time instead of paying the full cost out of pocket up front.
              • offering 18-month traditional metal braces treatment at an affordable price.
              • If you have insurance, it’s important to note that your coverage may not extend to your child’s orthodontic treatment. If your child’s braces treatment isn’t medically necessary (that is, if it’s for cosmetic reasons), it’s unlikely your insurance provider will help with the cost.

                why might my child need braces?

                There are several reasons why your child may need braces:


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