The cost of your orthodontic treatment is based on the severity of your problem and the estimated treatment duration.
At your first new patient consultation the extent of your orthodontic problem will be assessed and Dr Green will discuss available treatment options. Following your appointment, you will be sent a comprehensive report outlining your personalised treatment programme. Your quote with an interest free payment plan will be included.
The quote covers your entire orthodontic treatment programme, including:
NB: If your treatment extends beyond the estimated time, if there are breakages of your braces, or if you have extra visits, no additional fees are applied.
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The following services are not included in the quoted treatment fee:
We offer a range of payment options: Eftpos, credit card, online payments, cheque or cash.
An initial deposit is due the day your braces are fitted. The balance of treatment fees are then divided into equal and regular instalments. Instalments can be paid monthly, fortnightly or weekly.
We provide a schedule of fees outlining payment dates. An automatic payment form is provided and we recommend setting payments up online or with your bank. The payment plan is interest free.
Your payment plan is provided for your convenience and not linked directly to treatment provided in that period.
If you have any problems with making your payments, please contact our office. We will discuss and assist in any way we are able. If we are forced to engage the services of a debt collector, the debtor will be liable for all debt collection service fees. We do want to assist you to avoid this outcome.
Additional fees are charged in the following circumstances:
It is your responsibility to follow the treatment plan designed for you by your specialist orthodontist. If you fail to do so, associated problems that arise are beyond an orthodontist’s control and you may be charged additional fees to correct these new problems.