Considering Braces?

Traditional Metal BracesAre you considering getting braces? If so, you might be concerned about having a mouth full of metal. However, with the current advancements in orthodontic technology means that the days of having “train tracks” in your mouth are a thing of the past. Today, there are many different orthodontic treatment options available, but traditional metal braces continue to be one of the most effective methods.

What Are Traditional Metal Braces?

Traditional metal braces tend to be what most people think of when they think of orthodontic treatment. These braces consist of small metal brackets attached to each individual tooth with an archwire connecting them with each other. Throughout the course of your orthodontic treatment, this archwire slowly guides your teeth into their correct position by gentle pressure applied from small elastic bands.

Orthodontic Treatment for Adults

Traditional metal braces are an effective treatment option for major and minor orthodontic cases, so there are high chances that they will certainly be an effective option for you. At your initial assessment at orthodontic experts of Colorado, our experienced orthodontist can take you through your treatment options, and if traditional braces are one of them, your Colorado orthodontist will explain further how this method works. 

If your teeth need to undergo more complex movement or if you are not disciplined enough to wear removable clear aligners, traditional braces are the most popular and effective option for you.

Braces Colors Options

Traditional Metal Braces have various different parts, including the brackets, archwire, metal bands, and elastics or rubber bands that go around each bracket.

When you’re getting traditional braces, your brackets and wires will be silver. The tiny elastics (or rubber bands) allow you to colorize your mouth! Choosing different colors of bands will allow you to show off different colors, or even an entire color scheme.

How Much Do Traditional Metal Braces Cost?

One of the most frequently asked questions is “how much do braces cost?”. This depends on the initial examination. It is almost impossible to determine the cost of braces treatment without the initial consultation. This is true because during this time your orthodontist will determine how long it will take for your orthodontic treatment. The longer you need treatment, the higher the cost of treatment will be. Each patient differs from one to the next and there’s no “one size fits all” price.

Traditional metal braces cost anywhere between $3,000 and $7,000 for a standard 18-month plan. These braces cost might be higher if any other appliances are needed in conjunction with braces such as anchorage implants, expansion plates, or bite correcting springs.

We Make Braces Affordable

Getting braces can be a financial commitment that many individuals are not ready for. At Orthodontic Experts of Colorado, we understand this so that’s why we will create a custom payment plan with in house financing at zero interest rates to make braces more affordable. We don’t even require a down payment for braces! We also offer options such as CareCredit. Orthodontic Experts takes most of the pressure and stress out of your orthodontic bills and make sure that you’re able to get the best orthodontic treatment for you or your child.

Long Term Benefit of Investing In Braces

The cost of braces is an investment in you or your child’s future health and happiness. A beautiful and confident smile has the potential to be your best and most memorable asset.

As the cost of treatment differs significantly depending on each individual, we recommend getting a free consultation with your Orthodontist in Colorado. This way, our orthodontist will be able to determine how long and what type of orthodontic treatment is necessary. For more details about the metal braces and other orthodontic treatment options, call us at (719) 596-3138 us now.

Are you ready to schedule your free consultation to see if you are the right candidate for traditional metal braces?
If so, get In touch with us today!!