Orthodontist works on teenage girl's braces

School of Dental Medicine offers discounted orthodontic treatment

The School of Dental Medicine’s Department of Orthodontics is seeking patients between ages 10 and 26 who need braces. Dentists studying to become specialists in orthodontics will treat patients.

The Department of Orthodontics provides high-quality care by licensed dentists, supervised by experienced orthodontists.

Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals and Cleveland Clinic employees (younger than 26) and/or their children (ages 10-26) will receive 10 percent off the orthodontic fee of $3,450. There will be an additional incentive for paying in full before the start of treatment. Cash, check, Visa and MasterCard are accepted.

Call 216.368.3249 or email ortho@case.edu to schedule a preliminary exam.