Lowe Orthodontics Office Policies

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We never want costs to stand in the way of quality treatment, which is why we are dedicated to providing our patients with care that is both effective and affordable. Your treatment plan will include a breakdown of all applicable fees, and we will inform you of all costs before treatment is administered.
We offer a variety of payment options to meet your needs. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Financing options are also available through our office.
If you have any questions about financing or payment, ask us! We will thoroughly explain your choices and work hard to accommodate you.

Insurance

Our office is committed to helping you maximize your insurance benefits. Because insurance policies vary, we can only estimate your coverage in good faith but cannot guarantee coverage due to the complexities of insurance contracts.
When you first visit our office, bring your current insurance card with you. If you change insurance companies or join another employer’s plan, please be sure to let us know. If an insurance referral is necessary, please bring the completed form with you to your appointment.
We will fully attempt to help you receive full insurance benefits; however, you are personally responsible for your account, and we encourage you to contact us if your policy has not paid within a reasonable timeframe. If we are not contracted under your insurance, you will be given a copy of services and charges to file with your insurance claim form.

Address

4904 Clyde Morris Blvd. Port Orange, FL 32129

Call Us

(386) 304-0100

Meet Our Team

Dr. David Lowe

Tina

Job Title – Financial Coordinator

If I won the lottery tomorrow, I’d: Open a Book store. And, you know, keep working here too.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is: Prioritize happiness and be kind to yourself.

If I could pick one food to eat for the rest of my life it would be: Sushi!

What’s your favorite thing about working at Lowe Orthodontics? Dr. Lowe, the amazing staff and seeing the smile transformations in our patients.

Megan

Job Title – Treatment Coordinator

If I were a Super Hero, my super power would be: Teleportation.

When I was 5, I was pretty sure I’d be a: Marine Biologist.

If I could invent a holiday, it would be: a Halloween & Christmas Mash-Up Holiday (think Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas).

What’s your favorite thing about working at Lowe Orthodontics? It’s incredibly fulfilling to see firsthand the confidence that a new, beautiful smile can give someone after treatment.

Jennifer

Job Title – Scheduling Coordinator

In another life, I’m pretty sure I was: A lady of leisure.

If I won the lottery tomorrow, I’d: Go on spa retreats around the world. And, you know, keep working here too.

What’s your favorite thing about working at Lowe Orthodontics? Dr. David Lowe, Murphy (the famous office dog), and seeing each patients results after treatment.

Francesca

Job Title – Orthodontic Assistant

If I were a Super Hero, my super power would be: Omnilingualism.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is: “#5”, my Mother’s favorite saying- you must have/learn patience!

If you were a pasta shape, what shape would you be and why? Ravioli: I may look normal on the outside but I am full of all kinds of good things inside.

What’s your favorite thing about working at Lowe Orthodontics? The fulfilling aspect of being able to touch the lives of our patients while also fostering connections that go beyond the “typical” patient-assistant relationship.

Jenn

Job Title – Orthodontic Assistant

If I were a Super Hero, my super power would be: Invisibility.

When I’m not at work, you can find me: at the Beach!

My favorite word in the English language is: “NO!”

What’s your favorite thing about working at Lowe Orthodontics? Building relationships and being part of a patients transformation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Orthodontists are dental specialists who diagnose and treat problems with the position, alignment or spacing of the teeth, and related irregularities in the face and the jaw. We use a number of special treatments, including braces and other oral appliances, to correct these problems.
There are two good reasons: aesthetics and function. Having an attractive smile not only changes the way people see you — it enhances your own self-image as well. Orthodontic treatment also allows your teeth to function better and makes it easier to keep them clean, which can improve your overall health.
You're never too old to begin orthodontic treatment — but if you start at an earlier age, your problems may be easier to treat. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that a child who may need orthodontic treatment should come in for a first visit around age 7.
Teeth that are protruding, crowded together or erupting out of position are clear indications that treatment is needed (View Examples). Less obvious signs are mouth breathing, frequent biting of the cheek or palate, speech difficulties, and thumb sucking that goes past 3-4 years of age. If teeth don't meet properly when the mouth closes, or if jaws make sounds or shift as they move, this may also indicate an orthodontic problem.
Having braces put on is generally painless. Some people experience minor aches and pains in the first couple of days or so, as they adjust to wearing their appliances; periodic adjustments may sometimes cause soreness as well, though it typically lasts only a short time. Over-the-counter pain relievers can be used to alleviate any discomfort, but are usually unnecessary.
Having braces put on is generally painless. Some people experience minor aches and pains in the first couple of days or so, as they adjust to wearing their appliances; periodic adjustments may sometimes cause soreness as well, though it typically lasts only a short time. Over-the-counter pain relievers can be used to alleviate any discomfort, but are usually unnecessary.
It's different for each person, but generally the active stage of treatment (that is, wearing braces or other appliances) may take from 6-30 months. After that, a retainer is worn.
It depends on what's being done, and how often you need to be monitored. During active treatment, you'll typically come in to our office once every 4 to 10 weeks.
If your teeth are severely crowded (because your mouth is too small to properly accommodate all of them) — or if you have impacted teeth (teeth that are trapped beneath the gum line by other teeth) — then extraction may be necessary. In the case of younger patients, early treatment may make extraction unnecessary.
Yes — you should pass up the types of foods that could damage or become trapped in your braces. Some of these include raw vegetables, hard candy, caramel, taffy and ice cubes (fortunately, ice cream is OK). We will give you a list of foods to avoid.
In a word: Yes. Of course, whether you wear braces or not, we recommend you wear a mouthguard when playing most sports. Musicians are generally able to play their instruments just as they did before, but they may need a short adjustment period after getting braces.
Orthodontic care is a long-term investment in your health and well-being. Yet its cost hasn't increased as fast as many other consumer prices, and many financing options are available that make orthodontic care affordable. Weighed against the true cost of living with problem teeth, orthodontic treatment can be a wise investment indeed.
Almost always, the answer is yes: If you don't wear a retainer, your teeth can rapidly shift out of position — and then all the effort put into your treatment is lost! Your retainer helps you maintain that good-looking smile for a lifetime.