In its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the state of Colorado has mandated that all dental practices, including our orthodontic practice, discontinue all voluntary and elective procedures until April 14th at the earliest. As such, we are restricting patient interaction to address only issues where current patients are in discomfort or instances where patient outcomes will be adversely affected, not just delayed. This goes into effect on March 18th. A staff member will be present Monday through Friday to answer the phones from 8:00-11:00am. Patients that desire to be seen during this time for an urgent orthodontic situation will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 and recent travel history. Dr. Trommeter can be reached on his cell phone to address urgent issues during non-phone hours. His cell phone is 303-514-4568. Appointments between March 18th and April 13th are effectively cancelled. We ask that you do not call to reschedule these appointments until the week of April 6th.  The office schedule is a fluid situation and we will update our communication as we know more. We intend to add additional clinic hours to our normal schedule in an effort to minimize the disruption in our patient’s care. We appreciate your understanding as we work through this unprecedented situation.
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Financial Info

At Trommeter Orthodontics, we want all patients to have access to the confidence a beautiful smile can bring! We don't ever want finances to deter someone from getting the orthodontic treatment they need.

For this reason, Dr. Trommeter works with all dental insurance plans and offers convenient interest-free payment plans designed to help orthodontic treatment fit more comfortably into your budget.

Dental Insurance

Many insurance plans include an orthodontic benefit. This is typically a lifetime maximum to be used toward orthodontic treatment; however, deductibles or age restrictions may apply. With your permission, we're happy to research your insurance benefit prior to your consultation with Dr. Trommeter so we can review it with you during the financial portion of our meeting.

Dr. Trommeter accepts all dental plans and is in network with Delta Dental, Guardian, MetLife, Cigna, Aetna, as well as many others. We also accept Medicaid.

Payment Plans

In order to make orthodontics accessible to all patients, Dr. Trommeter offers interest-free payment plans that can be completed over the course of your treatment. We've designed these plans to work with almost any budget.

Our treatment coordinator can explain how this works and will discuss your options with you during your complimentary consultation.

Other Payment Options

Trommeter Orthodontics also accepts cash, checks, and most credit cards for payment for orthodontic services.

Contact our office today to learn more about your payment options and schedule your consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Many insurance plans include an orthodontic benefit. This is typically a lifetime maximum to be used toward orthodontic treatment; however, deductibles or age restrictions may apply. With your permission, we're happy to research your insurance benefit prior to your consultation with Dr. Trommeter so we can review it with you during the financial portion of our meeting.

Orthodontic benefits can be used towards any form of orthodontic treatment including Invisalign. If your dental insurance includes orthodontic benefits, you can contact your insurance company or your employer’s HR department to learn more about your orthodontic coverage.

We never want cost to deter our patients from achieving the healthy and beautiful smile they deserve in the manner that is right for them, whether that is traditional braces or Invisalign. For this reason, we offer interest free payment plans that will help fit orthodontic treatment into almost any budget. Our treatment coordinator will review the cost of your treatment and your payment options with you after your treatment has been diagnosed.

Feel free to contact our office with any questions you may have about your treatment or financial options.

Of course! There are so many options available for adults right now. Dr. Trommeter is Stapleton’s top rated, premier Invisalign provider. Adult patients that chose to go the traditional route are surprised to find that the modern braces that Dr. Trommeter uses are smaller in scale and more discreet than ever. We also offer clear ceramic brackets that discreetly hide the appearance of brackets. Contact our office today to learn more about your options.

Patients with traditional braces generally require retie appointments every six weeks. In between your appointments, it is important to keep your teeth clean with consistent brushing and flossing with the floss threader. Dr. Trommeter will be monitoring your oral health and hygiene.

With Invisalign, the adjustments are made at home when you progress from one aligner to the next, allowing scheduled office visits to extend to 8-12 weeks.

Dr. Trommeter accepts all dental plans and is in network with Delta Dental, Guardian, MetLife, Cigna, Aetna, as well as many others. We also accept Medicaid.


In addition to working with insurance benefits, we also offer convenient monthly payment plans that will help fit orthodontic treatment comfortably into your budget. We're happy to discuss your financial options with you during your consultation.

An orthodontist is first a dentist. After completing four years of dental school, orthodontic specialists will then complete an additional two to three year accredited residency program focusing exclusively on not only aligning the teeth, but also bite correction and function. An orthodontist has the expertise to offer a full range of treatment.

While a general dentist may offer one or two options for aligning teeth, this is not their specialty, and they may not be able to accommodate the patient’s needs in order to achieve the best results. A general dentist is trained to handle all aspects of dentistry, and may not be able to give your case the focus it deserves.

An orthodontist will select the correct treatment based on all available options and what will best suit the patient’s individual goals for their smile and lifestyle. An orthodontist also has knowledge of new and emerging treatments and technologies that you won’t find at your dentist’s office.

Orthodontists are better equipped to handle more complex cases, especially when bite and function are an issue. They can also best handle cases where early intervention might benefit a child in order to capitalize on growth patterns.

 

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