3 Utah Valley Locations to serve you!

SPRINGVILLE

378 E 400 S
Springville, UT 84663

SANTAQUIN

451 E MAIN STREET
SANTAQUIN, UT 84655

SPANISH FORK

1284 N CANYON CREEK PKWY
SPANISH FORK, UT 84660

FAQs

Questions about orthodontics are very common!
Here are some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and our answers to the questions we get most asked.
If you have any additional questions, contact us today, and we’ll get them answered.

You can visit the orthodontist at any age! For children, the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that parents make an appointment for an initial consultation around seven years of age. At that time the doctor can evaluate the child to determine if treatment is necessary. Early intervention can lessen the overall treatment time. Adults can be seen by an orthodontist at any time.

 

Healthy teeth can be moved at any age. Regardless of age, patients can look forward to teeth that not only look better but work better, too.

Thanks to our modern approach to orthodontics, every treatment is faster than traditional braces. You’ll be smiling confidently in no time. To improve treatment times, keep regular appointments with us and follow instructions carefully.

You will want to continue regular flossing and brushing during orthodontics. With Invisalign, you simply remove the aligners and clean your teeth regularly. Damon Clear Braces are easy to clean because there are no elastic ties. You can brush and floss and use a Waterpik for optimal results.

We have a variety of payment options to fit your budget. Without seeing your teeth, it is difficult to give you a cost estimate. That is why we offer a complimentary consult for your orthodontic care. Call us to set up today. Our financial advisors will go over payment options during your visit.

Check with your tax advisor for a response specific to your circumstances. In general, orthodontic treatment falls under the IRS description of medical and dental expenses that may be deductible from taxable income if the taxpayer meets the overall limits.

Some are able to use an employer benefit called an FSA (flexible spending account) to cover some or all of their orthodontic expenses. FSAs are funded by pre-tax dollars and have an annual limit. Check with your employer to see if you can take advantage of this benefit.

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