How Much Do Braces Cost?
The average cost for braces in Milwaukee is $5,800-$6,800. At Bubon Orthodontics our treatment cost can be as low as 30% less than the surrounding areas.
What Makes Us Affordable?
Efficiency is one of the key components to keeping our prices competitive. Our office has been acknowledged in the Orthodontic Products Report for our modern and highly efficient setup. When organizations run efficiently, overhead is reduced, and fees don’t have to be raised as often. Being a larger organization, we receive the most competitive pricing on all our supplies and laboratory manufacturing costs, including Invisalign fees.
Partnering with these great supply companies allows us to then extend the cost savings on to you! We have flexible payment options that can be customized to fit your budget and is designed with you by one of our financial experts. From no-interest, low monthly payments spread over treatment time to paying in full to receive additional courtesies.
Willing to make all your visits early in the morning? That can save you money as well! More than one child who might need orthodontic treatment? We always extend a family courtesy to the parents investing in multiple children’s smiles. The courtesies don’t stop with the children either, as a parent of a child in treatment we offer a Most Valuable Parent Club. As a part of this program you can receive up to 30% off treatment for yourself or your spouse!
At Bubon Orthodontics, we can promise you the best value anywhere! So if cost is a concern of yours, but you don’t want to sacrifice quality, come in for a free consultation and see what we can offer you! You will be pleasantly surprised.
At Bubon Orthodontics we are in-network providers for most insurances. It is important to know if the orthodontist you visit is in-network or out of network. Unless an orthodontist is an in-network provider, they are not obliged to lower the price. Many people don’t realize how much money they can save by staying within the network of their insurance plan! While an orthodontist may accept an insurance plan, you need to find out if that orthodontist will discount the price by taking the in-network fee.