Using CareCredit for Dental Financing
Being proactive about your mouth health will have you smiling for years to come. That's because regular dental check-ups by qualified dental professionals can improve your overall health and well-being by catching problems before they start.
Here are just some of the many dental care procedures and treatments you can use your CareCredit healthcare credit card for you or your family.
- 6-month check-ups
- Periodental scaling
- Periodontal disease prevention
- Gingivitis prevention
- Fluoride treatment
- Ceramic Fillings
- Teeth cleaning
- Mouth guard for sports
Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry
- Dental implants
- Ceramic crowns
- Root canals
- Braces or retainers
- Invisalign teeth straightening
- Six Month Smile
- Bite plates
- Tooth repair
- Teeth cleaning
Promotional financing options are not available at all retail locations that accept CareCredit and standard account terms will apply to such purchases.
Your smile is priceless.
Dental care includes procedures such as tooth repair, crowns or caps, root canals, dental implants, braces, retainers, bite plates, and headgears. Consult your dentist or orthodontist for details about these and other procedures.
(source: Your Dentistry Guide)
The average costs of some procedures are as follows:
$5,000 to $6,000
- Traditional porcelain veneers:
$900 to $2,500 per tooth
- Composite veneers:
$250 to $1,500 per tooth
- Full mouth reconstructive implants:
$24,000 to $100,000
Dentistry Locations Near You
If your provider doesn't already accept CareCredit, you can refer them to us. We will contact them to discuss the benefits of accepting CareCredit financing for their patients and clients.
Thanks to Care Credit, I was able to get my son's wisdom teeth removed. Since I did not have the money upfront, Care Credit was a great way to pay over time... I always recommend Care Credit to anyone that needs to finance a medical procedure...
Being a grad student, I don't have a lot of extra money for emergencies. When I needed work done on my teeth, I was able to use CareCredit to cover those expenses. I can now focus on my studies without the nagging tooth pain, which I am very grateful for.
I'm a single mom of two teenagers. Finances are tight. My daughter needed braces and she was in her last year of high school. She was embarrassed of her crocked teeth. If it wasn't for CareCredit, I would not be able to afford giving her the only gift she requested as a graduation present. Thank you CareCredit for helping me give my daughter her gift of perfect teeth.
My best 30 was the first 30 days after getting my life back, after CareCredit's approval, as I was suffering tremendous tooth pain... I had been hopeless and in pain for some time but after receiving the care, with the help of CareCredit, I was able to once again enjoy time with my family, chewing without pain, and planning my future instead of dreading a life on pain medication. Thanks, CareCredit! My Best 30 are still going!
My happiest 30 minutes was the day Care Credit approved a credit card that enabled us to get braces for our daughter. Because she was born a preemie, she had multiple problems with her teeth... Now three years later she is getting her braces off ...
When I thought I couldn't pay for my medical, dental and vision bills, I found this great card that didn't charge me extra when I paid in 6 months, that gave me the time I needed to put my bills in order and get the care I needed.
Care Credit has helped me for many, many years with massive dental work and surgery, eye surgeries and general medical procedures not covered enough or at all by my health insurance. Because I have a good credit rating it was no problem to pay for this over a 2-year period with no interest if I paid the balance on time. If it weren't for Care Credit, I might have opted out to get these very necessary procedures done. Many thanks to Care Credit!
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