At Embrace Orthodontists we realise that orthodontic treatment is an investment in your health and well-being. We truly believe that everyone should be able to enjoy the benefits of having a perfect smile, so we try and make it that bit easier by providing interest free financing options and plans.
The total cost of treatment depends on the individual case – how complex it is and how long you will be in treatment for. For example, some patients may only need Invisalign Lite on their upper arch only, for a period of 12 months, which is approximately $3500. Other people may need a full set of braces for a longer period. The overall cost depends on what is best for you and your teeth. The majority of Embrace patients have chosen treatment options ranging between $5,000- $9000. (Incognito is not included in this estimate as cases can vary significantly). Early intervention cases such as Phase 1 vary from $1500 to $3000.
We try to make payment plans as easy as possible for you. Although we cannot change the total cost of treatment, we are flexible with your family budget in terms of how much you would like to pay as a deposit and how much you would like to pay in instalments.
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