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Have you been putting off getting teeth extracted because you did not want to have to walk around without any teeth? I put the procedure off for three years before finally learning about the availability of teeth in a day procedures at local dentistry practices. Even after learning about the procedures I was still unsure if it was for me. I did not know if I would be a good candidate, if I could afford it, and exactly how it would work. I have compiled all of the information that I gathered to help others learn about this wonderful process.

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3 Things To Do To Find An Orthodontist

Your dentist can do many things for you, but they can't set you up to get your teeth straightened. That's when your dentist will suggest that you see an orthodontist. The orthodontist will evaluate your mouth, tell you your options, and then put any plans into action. If your dentist suggests you see an orthodontist, you may want to know how to find an orthodontist who can help you.


One way to start finding an orthodontist is to check with your insurance. Your insurance isn't going to cover every orthodontist in your area, so you need to find out who they will and won't cover. This really should be your first step because finding out that there is an orthodontist that you want to work with but your insurance won't cover appointments with them can be frustrating. So, check your insurance and ask them to send you a list of orthodontists in their network and in your area. 


Some orthodontists specialize in certain things. For example, some orthodontists will work solely with children. Finding a juvenile orthodontist will be a good idea if your child needs braces. Part of that is because they will be familiar with the growth stages that your child's mouth will go through. Bracing a child whose face is still growing and changing will be more complex than bracing an adult who has already finished their growth.  

Payment Plans

Even if you find an orthodontist in your insurance network, you may still have to deal with copays and whatever percentage of the payment your insurance doesn't cover. Depending on how much work you need to have done, that may be a significant monetary amount. Ask the orthodontist's office if they have payment plans and if you can set one up with them. Not all orthodontists will do this, so check before you have any work started. You don't want to start seeing the orthodontist only to find out that you can't continue with them because of payment issues. 

If you or your children need to get braces, your dentist will suggest that you find an orthodontist who can help you. Your dentist may have an orthodontist they prefer to send their patients to, but they may not, which means you will have to find an orthodontist to work with. There are several things that you can do that will help you find the right doctor for you.