What To Do With Your 2018 FSA Account?

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2018 is quickly coming to a close, which means your flex spending accounts are too! These accounts are “use it or lose it” accounts, so make sure you use every dollar and reach the FULL BENEFIT.

If you currently have 2018 flex benefits remaining, feel free to call any of our three office locations in Raleigh, Cary or Garner to discuss how you could use those flex account dollars on orthodontic treatment for you or your family.

If you plan to start new treatment in 2018, be sure to make an appointment with us so we can estimate you and your family’s flex spending needs.

Lastly, if you plan to enroll in a flexible spending account for next year, please contact your human resource department so you don’t miss the cutoff date!

Our talented orthodontists are experienced in all areas of oral health. We use a wide range of methods to correct any problems you or your family may have overbites, crowding, crossbite & jaw pain, underbite and more. Some of those methods include:

  • Invisalign®: Invisalign is an easy-to-use and virtually invisible treatment. For the correction of overbite, crowding, underbite, etc. It is an alternative to traditional metal braces.

  • Damon System® Braces: The Damon System takes an innovative approach to correct an overbite that utilizes a slide mechanism to gently move the teeth back in place and correct an overbite.

  • In-Ovation Braces: A tie-less system that offers a simpler, faster-working alternative to traditional braces.

  • Self-ligating braces: Use a clip method to easily align teeth without discomfort.

  • Lingual Braces: Lingual braces are placed on the backs of the teeth and hidden from view.

  • Other Appliances: From spacers to petitioners, Zaytoun Orthodontics offers treatments tailored to fix any of the issues listed.

Call today to schedule your free exam & consultation at 919-782-6911

Raleigh- Cary- Garner


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