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Orthodontist Video Chat with RxSmile Frisco Orthodontics
Am I a candidate for Invisalign® invisible braces?
Dr. Greg Greenberg and our team at RxSmile Frisco Orthodontics formulate a specific treatment plan for each patient. All reasonable options are discussed in detail at your personal consultation. Most patients are suitable for Invisalign® treatment. It is important to see an orthodontist that has been trained to utilize Invisalign® and has experience in treating patients with this advanced orthodontic treatment modality.
How long will my orthodontic treatment take?
Depending on the severity of the dental malocclusion, treatment time can vary. In general, orthodontic treatment can take anywhere from 10 to 20 months of time. Partial treatment for specific dental problems can be done in 4 to 6 months. We also offer the latest technology in AcceleDent®, an accelerated orthodontic treatment. Dr. Greg Greenberg, DDS is an AcceleDent®, NOW Premier Provider.
How much will braces cost?
This will depend on the type of orthodontic treatment needed, braces verses Invisalign®, and how long the treatment will take. Your insurance benefits can play a factor in the cost also. We participate in most insurance PPO plans which offer an in network discounted fee. We also offer flexible financing options through OrthoFi orthodontic financing for everyone regardless of credit history.
What insurance plans do you accept?
Dr. Greg Greenberg at RxSmile Frisco Orthodontics accepts all traditional insurance plans. However, we do not participate in any DHMO plans or Medicaid.
Insurance Plans: Metlife, Delta Dental, Cigna, Aetna, United Concordia, Carrington and Assurant insurance.
What is the right age to see an orthodontist?
We recommend a child’s first orthodontic visit to occur when the front 4 baby teeth on top and bottom are missing and the permanent teeth are beginning to erupt. This is usually around age 7 to 8 years. Teenagers and adults may be seen at any time. We treat patients from age 7 to adults.