CareCredit, a part of GE Capital, offers healthcare financing for consumers through a network of over 150,000 providers. Founded in 1987, CareCredit was initially offered to doctors to help their patients pay for new dental implant technology. Continued advancements in technology, and procedures that are often not covered or fully covered by insurance, have created new choices for care, increasing the demand for financing options. CareCredit is a healthcare credit card that can be used as a payment option for certain expenses not covered by insurance or to bridge situations when desired care exceeds insurance coverage. CareCredit is offered primarily for:
CareCredit is a simple way to consolidate and manage certain out-of-pocket healthcare expenses, because it is a credit card that can be used repeatedly and for any family member. CareCredit offers two basic payment options to meet an individual’s financial needs:
"CareCredit allowed me to get multiple procedures done in a timely manner. Without it, I would have only had one procedure. The low-interest plan worked out to my benefit by allowing me to have multiple procedures done."
- Kristina S.
"CareCredit allowed me to do something I'd wanted to for a long time – get my cosmetic procedure done! Without CareCredit I would have had to use my savings. It's a great plan that offers easy and affordable payments which helped me out tremendously."
- Dawn C.
"My two children and I were in need of dental care, and although our dental insurance is pretty good, there are still a lot of things it doesn't cover. It is a wonderful feeling to be able to go online to complete my application and have approval within just a few minutes. It is an even better feeling to be able to give my children the best quality dental care they need, whenever they need it. Thanks to Care Credit I can now receive all the best quality dental care that I need, whenever I need it."
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