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Discover a Healthier Smile with Braces

Braces offer benefits beyond straightening teeth. Your dentist may recommend them to close gaps, improve your bite, or relieve that persistent jaw pain. While braces can correct a variety of dental issues, the most exciting results include a boost in self-confidence and long-term oral health.
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Affordable Braces Risas Dental


Braces are an investment in your smile’s health, function, and appearance. At Risas, we’re committed to making orthodontics easy and accessible for everyone. We accept most dental insurance plans and provide pay in full discounts and affordable payment plans for patients without insurance through our Friends of Risas Membership. During your consultation, we’ll discuss the treatment and financing plans that work best for you. From traditional metal braces to clear ceramic braces, we offer a variety of orthodontic options to fit every budget and lifestyle.
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Option #1

Braces & Retainers Bundle


Pay for your braces and retainers to get a 20% pay in full (PIF) discount. Includes:
  • Braces & Retainers
  • Adjustments
  • Debonding
  • X-rays

Option #2

Braces Bundle


Pay for your braces up front to get a 20% pay in full (PIF) discount. Includes:
  • Braces
  • Adjustments
  • Debonding
  • X-rays
  • Pay $300 for retainers later

Option #1


Take advantage of flexible financing options that fit your budget*
  • $179 down

  • $119 for 30 months

  • No credit check*

  • 0% interest

Option #2


Minimize your monthly payment with flexible financing options*
  • $750 down
  • $99 for 30 months
  • No credit check*
  • 0% interest
*CareCredit and in-house financing available. CareCredit requires a credit check. Please see terms and conditions for more information.
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Metal or Ceramic: Which is Right for You

The choice between metal and ceramic braces often comes down to personal preference, but there are some benefits to each. While still very affordable at Risas Dental, ceramic braces are a bit more expensive than metal, but they’re also slightly more comfortable and much less noticeable. On the otherhand, metal braces are more cost effective and durable, and they often result in shorter treatment times. They’re more noticeable, but many kids enjoy personalizing them with colorful elastics.

Easy-Maintenance Metal Braces

Traditional metal braces are the most common and budget-friendly choice for the entire family. If you choose durable metal braces, our friendly orthodontists will use stainless steel brackets, metal wires, and elastic ties to gently shift your teeth over time. Kids and teens also have the option to personalize their metal braces with elastic ties in 25 different colors.

Comfortable Clear Ceramic Braces

We often recommend ceramic braces to adults looking for more subtle ways to enhance their smile. Ceramic braces work the same way metal braces do, but the brackets are made with a smooth, clear or tooth-colored material. These less noticeable braces cost a little more than metal, and they require some extra care.

FAQs Braces

Braces FAQs

Commonly asked questions on braces.
Most patients wear their braces for approximately 18 to 24 months, but the exact time period depends on your teeth and unique dental needs. Your orthodontist will be able to give you a more concrete timeline.
You may have some discomfort when you first get braces, but it won’t stop you from participating in most of your daily activities. If you play a woodwind or brass instrument, it may require an adjustment period as the braces themselves may impact how you play. If you participate in a contact sport, you may need to use a mouthguard to protect your teeth.
A good rule is to avoid all foods that are sticky, chewy, or crunchy. Some good examples of foods you shouldn’t eat include popcorn, gum, lollipops, gummy bears, or beef jerky. We recommend eating softer foods as they’re gentler on braces.
Braces can trap bits of food and plaque by your teeth, so it’s important to brush your teeth twice a day and use floss threaders or orthodontic floss to reach between the teeth and under the wires. You will be coming into the office regularly for adjustments, but don’t forget to schedule your regular dental checkups.

Why Risas Braces

We believe that everyone should have access to affordable dental services. We offer payment plans, no credit-check financing, and all price quotes are guaranteed.Our pricing includes everything you will need for your smile transformation journey and we accept most insurance plans. Plus, Risas offers flexible scheduling to ensure you can get an appointment time that works best for you.
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What Our Patients Say

  • Convenience matters, and this orthodontist near me offers just that. Scheduling appointments is easy, and the results have been exceptional. Thank you, Risas Dental and Braces.
    Charles Martinez
    Existing Patient
  • Dr Larry & Jonas were very helpful when it came to getting my braces off. I onlyhad them for a year and a half and was very happy with the results. Fully recommended.
    Angela L
    Existing Patient
  • I’ve spent the last 2 years here on my braces journey and I truly appreciate everything the team has done for me. Every visit is always very pleasant, I’m always taken great care of. Thank you Dr. Beebe for creating a smile I can feel confident about!
    Karla Avalrez
    Existing Patient
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See Your Smile Transformation

Most patients wear their metal or ceramic braces for 18 to 36 months. When treatment is complete, your orthodontist will painlessly remove the brackets and wires and give your teeth a good polish. They’ll also explain how to use a retainer to maintain your new and improved smile for years to come.
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