A Smile You Can Afford
Laster Orthodontics works hard to make orthodontics affordable for everyone.
How Much Will Your Perfect Smile Cost?
The cost of treatment depends on the severity of the patient’s problem. You will be able to discuss fees and payment options before treatment begins.
Laster Orthodontics accepts the following payment methods:
- Visa, MasterCard, and Discover
- Care Credit
Local Heroes Discount
Dr. Laster and the Laster Orthodontics team believe in the local heroes who make our communities a better place. We offer a local heroes discount to the following heroes on their orthodontic services:
- Police officers
- Active duty military personnel
- First responders
Give our office a call for full details on our discount.
We have payment plans to suit different budgets, including a low down-payment option. To fit your individual needs, financial arrangements can be made to extend your payments over a period of months. We also offer an automated payment system that allows our patients better flexibility.
Although we will make every effort to accommodate patients with temporary difficulties, in cases of serious delinquency, treatment will be discontinued.
If full payment is made at the onset of orthodontic treatment, we offer patients a fee discount. If you are using insurance benefits to pay for orthodontic services, we will offer a discount on the portion of your treatment that is not covered by insurance.
Your dental plan may offer orthodontic coverage, but have eligibility requirements. Orthodontic benefits are not the same as your general dental benefits. There is usually a lifetime maximum benefit, however, some benefits renew yearly. Orthodontic benefits are rarely paid in one payment. Usually partial payments are issued throughout the length of treatment.
As a courtesy, we will be happy to complete and file the primary insurance forms related to our treatment. We work hard to ensure an easy payment plan and act as a liaison between you and your insurance company. However, our professional services are rendered to you, not your insurance company. Please remember that you are directly responsible to us for the obligation of payment for treatment.