Planning orthodontic treatments as part of your family dental care doesn’t have to wait for economic recovery, even though predictions for job growth are strong in Oklahoma for 2018. In fact, experts predict continued economic growth for Oklahoma through 2024.
How Does A Job Change Impact Planning Orthodontic Treatments?
Families experiencing a job change this year may also have to change insurance and dental plans. If you make a job change in the middle of an orthodontic treatment plan or if you need to start one, do not worry about how that impacts your treatments. Sky Ortho has a dedicated team of experts in Moore and Shawnee to work with you on the most affordable options.
Should I Be Planning Orthodontic Treatments Now or Can I Wait?
If you have put off getting braces for yourself or your family during the economic downturn, do not wait for the economy to improve before you begin planning orthodontic treatments. Irregularities in the teeth and jaws can lead to more serious issues if left unattended. Come see us at Sky Ortho to find out how serious the issues are, we can help, and what kind of plan might make sense for you.
“Our specialists are dedicated to assisting all patients with finding affordable options,” said Dr. Priscilla Larson. “We never want finances to get in the way of a great smile.”
What Kind of Options are There for Planning Orthodontic Treatments Now?
Beyond insurance benefits, flex spending, and health savings accounts, Sky Ortho also offers in-office financing, discount programs, and external finance programs. Sky Ortho also honors insurance, family, military, and other discount programs. Please feel free to contact the office or schedule an appointment to learn more.
How Do I Know if I Should Be Planning Orthodontic Treatments?
If you can answer yes to any of the following for yourself or a child, you should be planning orthodontic treatments.
- If your teeth or your child’s teeth are crowded, protrude, overlap, are missing or have gaps.
- If you or your child have an overbite, underbite, or your teeth do not meet when you bite.
- If you or your child grind or clench your teeth.
- If your jaw or your child’s jaw pops or clicks.