Payment Policies

The team at MB Orthodontics accepts a number of different payment options so that your dental services are as simplified and stress-free as possible. This includes major credit cards, cash, checks, and in house financing. If you have any questions about our payment policies, please feel free to contact us at any time.

Payment Plans

MB Orthodontics offers our patients flexible payment plans. Through our payment options, our patients can take advantage of a variety of payment setups including long-term plans and zero interest plans. We can discuss our payment options, including Lending Club and other payment providers, when you visit us for your initial consultation.


Understanding exactly what your financial obligations will be with your specific insurance policy can be confusing, but we are only a phone call away to help your through this process. MB Orthodontics accepts many major insurance providers, and our team will help you discern which treatments will be covered by your own policy. If you are responsible for a copay, this will be due at the time of service.

Cash or Check

Paying with cash or by check is always a great alternative for those that would like to handle these expenses as quickly as possible. Instead of wondering exactly what you will owe to your insurance provider or what will be due during your next appointment, you can rest assured that your bill is paid in full before any treatments or services.

Health Savings Account (HSA)

A health savings account is a unique option for those that would like to refrain from using their insurance policy or paying out of their pocket at the time of their treatment. You have the ability to add as much or as little to these accounts as you would like with no federal income tax at the time of deposit. At the end of the fiscal year, these funds will be tax deductible.

Flex Spending Account (FSA)

Much like a health savings account, a flex spending account is a federally recognized savings account that is created specifically for healthcare expenses. Instead of personally depositing money into this account, your employer will deposit part of your paycheck before taxes are taken out. You can then use any of the money in this account for medical or dental services.