Whether you’ve selected Embrace for the Orthodontic needs of your family or are still in the process of making the decision, we’re glad you’re here!

Let’s be honest, when we hear “braces” we immediately worry about the cost of treatment. Don’t panic! We’re here to guide you through the process and we promise it will be painless.

When you’ve scheduled your new patient consultation, you’ll meet with our Treatment Coordinator, who will work with you from beginning to end. Our Treatment Coordinator will work with your insurance company to make sure you’re receiving the most from your benefits and explain the process to you step-by-step so there are no surprises or unanswered concerns.

We also have several payment options, including monthly payments with no interest. Our job is to make this journey as affordable and stress-free as possible. So don’t worry!

When should I bring my child for orthodontic evaluation?

Another question most asked is when to bring your child in for Orthodontic treatment. It is through the recommendation of The American Association of Orthodontics and Embrace Orthodontics, that your child be seen by the age of seven.

At age seven, you’ll start to notice more baby teeth moving out, paving the way for permanent teeth. You may also notice subtle to severe issues with an overbite or overcrowding. At this age it’s also important to address any habit, such as thumb sucking, finger sucking or tongue thrusting. Although every patient’s development is different, getting your child to us early will help us uncover any issues and figure out, sooner than later the best treatment plan. If there is no need for treatment, we will schedule evaluation appointments every 6 to 12 months to make sure that permanent teeth are coming in the right way.

So, if you ever find yourself asking the question, “When should I bring my child in?” always remember 7’s your lucky number! If your child is past the age of 7 years old and you have any concerns, don’t ever worry. You’re always in good hands at Embrace!

Treatment Details

There are a few factors that we consider regarding the length of treatment, such as the complexity of treatment and the cooperation and consistency of the patient. The average length of treatment is between 18-24 months, however some cases may need a little more time than that, this is case by case.

We care about our patients. That is why creating a fun and comfortable atmosphere, for your child, and offering stress-free solutions for you, is always our main priority. We are committed to our goal in making this the most enjoyable and memorable experience, from your first consultation to your last visit!