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Braces in Harrisburg Only $3,995 and Available for Teens & Adults

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The cost of braces in Harrisburg includes x-rays, retainers, adjustments, repairs, and even emergency visits.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - eTradeWire -- Exeter Orthodontics is keeping the cost of braces in Harrisburg low. Traditional braces are available from Exeter Ortho for only $3,995. This all-inclusive price covers the cost of x-rays, retainers, adjustments, and repairs. No matter the number of visits or the complexity of their case, patients will only pay one low price.

"By specializing only in braces, we're able to deliver quality care more accurately, more quickly, and more efficiently," says Dr. John Yoffe, orthodontist in Harrisburg. "Less overhead means more cost savings for our patients."

All patients who visit the Harrisburg office receive a free consultation. During this time, they'll meet Dr. Yoffe and take x-rays. Dr. Yoffe will help patients decide which treatment plan is best for them. Traditional braces remain the most popular treatment for both teens and adults because of their high success rate. Advanced technology has even made them more comfortable than those of the past.

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Thousands of teens and adults are smiling brighter because of Exeter Ortho's dedicated team. To learn more about braces in Harrisburg and to request a free consultation, visit https://exeterorthodontics.com/request-appointment/. New patients are being accepted. Offices are also located in Springfield, Exton, Easton, Reading, and Allentown.

About Exeter Orthodontics: For several years, Exeter Orthodontics, a Pennsylvania-based orthodontic practice, has offered area patients braces and Invisalign treatments for as low as $3,995. Its team of orthodontists remains dedicated to providing high-quality care at an affordable price. Learn more at http://www.exeterorthodontics.com/.

Meredith Souder

Source: Exeter Orthodontics
Filed Under: Health

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