Our fees

The cost of orthodontic

The cost of orthodontic treatment and reimbursement can vary according to a number of factors. For example, the price of a treatment will depend on the complexity of the malocclusion and the treatment, as well as the patient’s age. The estimated duration of treatment, necessary corrections and specific patient requirements, such as the use of “invisible” appliances, will also have an impact on the total cost. What’s more, the type of equipment used may entail additional laboratory costs.

Other factors can influence the duration and, indirectly, the cost of treatment. For example, whether the treatment is complete or limited, or whether it requires orthognathic jaw surgery, can have an impact. Complex cases requiring the intervention of several practitioners or specialists can also extend the total treatment time. What’s more, non-observance of instructions during treatment, such as poor hygiene or eating habits that can damage braces, can also lead to additional costs.

First visit

During your first visit, you will receive informed consent and a detailed conventional estimate, which you can then submit to your mutual insurance company, insurance company or complementary health insurance organization. Flexible payment solutions will be offered to facilitate the settlement of fees. You can pay by cheque, cash, bank transfer or credit card. The office also offers an online credit card payment facility on its website. If required, options for scheduled monthly payments and staggered payment periods may be considered.

It’s important to note that orthodontic treatment fees are free and can vary depending on the dental pathology, the type of appliance used and the duration of treatment, generally from 6 to 36 months.

As far as reimbursement is concerned, for treatments started before the age of 16, the Assurance Maladie may cover part of the cost, subject to prior agreement with your Social Security fund. The amount reimbursed by Social Security is fixed, regardless of the practitioner or type of device, at €193.50 per half-year.