Cost of your braces

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Re: Cost of your braces

#46 Post by Sideways »

$8700 - $2000 from insurance $6700 out of pocket in California (SF Bay Area). On top of that, another $1500 for a TAD-assisted expander.

Double jaw surgery will most likely (hopefully) be covered by insurance.

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Re: Cost of your braces

#47 Post by carebearsd »

$5200 3M clear top and metal bottom. California. Using my FSA. Palate expander included and retainers. Xrays and impressions also included.

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Re: Cost of your braces

#48 Post by ReaJT »

I live in Scotland. 32 years old and for cosmetic reasons. Top and bottom ceramics privately costing £3200. Expected treatment time 15-18 months and that includes a years aftercare.

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Re: Cost of your braces

#49 Post by Bracefacemom47 »

My daughter's were $5800 With one ortho, half coveted by insurance and mine were $4100 with a different orth, not coveted by insurance because I'm not under age 18. North central Texas

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