Dental school recruiting teens for discounted braces program

The Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine is recruiting 200 new patients between ages 10 and 18 for its annual “Braces for Teenagers” program.

The program offers patients braces for $3,450—a savings from the typical orthodontist fees of $6,000 and more.

Patients are treated by licensed dentists, specializing in orthodontics through the school’s graduate residency program, under the supervision of licensed orthodontists.

Parents interested in enrolling their children for the fall program must schedule a preliminary exam by April 7.

To schedule an appointment, call 216.368.8665 or email Visit for more information.

The dental school accepts cash, checks, or Visa and MasterCard. Financing is also available through registered third-party companies.