We can help you determine whether you need braces and which treatment is best for you. We provide various affordable orthodontic services at the University of Colorado Orthodontics Clinic, located on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado. If you need Invisalign or other braces, we’ll work with you to personalize your treatment and develop a payment plan that best fits your needs.
Whether you require a simple or complex treatment, our state-of-the-art clinic has the solution you need. Our compassionate orthodontists help children, teenagers, and adults in and around the Aurora and Denver metropolitan areas with a wide range of orthodontic needs to transform their smiles affordably.
We’re dedicated to helping patients of all ages receive the orthodontic care they need at an affordable price. We offer the latest technology in teeth straightening, including:
If you need affordable Invisalign or other braces in Aurora, contact the University of Colorado Orthodontics Clinic for a free consultation. We’ll determine the type of braces you may need and discuss the initial cost estimation. Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions you may have about our orthodontic treatments or your payment options.
The CU Orthodontics Clinic accepts all dental insurance and is in-network for Delta Dental. We also accept cash, checks (with valid ID), debit cards, credit cards, and Health First Colorado. However, we currently do not accept Medicare. We’re happy to help you with insurance claims and paperwork and determine the best method bill payment
Call 303-724-7002 today to schedule your free consultation. We look forward to helping you on your journey to transforming your smile!
What to Expect
Patients of all ages can expect affordable, high-quality services from caring orthodontists at the CU Orthodontics Clinic in Aurora, Colorado. Since our clinic is part of the CU School of Dental Medicine, our patients receive treatment from licensed dentists trained as orthodontists. Expert faculty will supervise every step of your treatment and offer expert opinions along the way.
After your free consultation to determine your orthodontic needs, you will need to attend a series of follow-up appointments. The next visit is a diagnostic records appointment to take photos, full x-rays, and an impression of your teeth. Then comes the treatment and financial consultation appointment, where you will receive a personalized treatment plan and cost estimation.
Lastly, you will need to visit our clinic every four to eight weeks while undergoing active orthodontic treatment. It is critical that you do not miss these appointments to ensure your treatment is effectively completed.
The Orthodontics Clinic accepts cash, check (with ID), debit cards, credit cards, Health First Colorado (formerly Medicaid), and is a Delta Dental in-network provider. The school will accept other forms of dental insurance as an out-of-network provider. We do not accept Medicare at this time.
We are always available to help you with insurance claims and paperwork, and we are happy to work with your insurance provider to make sure you understand your insurance benefits.
13065 E. 17th Avenue, 3rd Floor
Aurora, CO 80045
Directions and Parking Map
Phone: (303) 724-7002
Fax: (303) 724-7064
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Clinic Hours May Vary, Closed on all federal and state holidays)
Orthodontic residents are on call to treat after-hours emergencies for current CU Orthodontics patients. Emergencies are defined as pain, swelling, or trauma
directly related to orthodontic appliances. It
does not include loose brackets, bands, or lost elastics unless significant pain, swelling, bleeding, or trauma results. For after-hours emergencies, please call (303) 656-7082
After Hours Emergencies:
The emergency phone is not active during normal business hours, and voicemails are not returned. Please call the main CU Orthodontic Clinic phone during normal business hours.
We encourage our patients to provide feedback about their experiences at the School of Dental Medicine. In the event you have a concern, complaint, or question about your dental experience, please contact our Patient Liaison at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 724-7040.