Dental payment plans can help finance your child’s dental services and give them the affordable care they need. These plans are perfect for families without dental insurance, or for procedures that insurance won’t cover.
At Kool Smiles, we provide options, like CareCredit, to help parents comfortably pay for their child’s dental services.
CareCredit is one of the nation’s largest health credit cards. CareCredit has been providing financing options for patients for nearly 30 years. Whether you’re looking to pay for your child’s regular dental cleanings or a major procedure, like a root canal, Kool Smiles has credit options for you.
When you use CareCredit to pay for your child’s service, you may have an option for how you want to finance it.
CareCredit provides a “no interest if paid in full” financing option that won’t charge you interest if you’re able to make equal monthly payments or pay the minimum monthly payments. However, you will have to pay off the full balance by the end of the payment period.
No matter how you plan to pay, Kool Smiles can work with you to find the payment plan that works best.
When you’re able to afford getting your child the dental care he or she needs to maintain strong and healthy teeth, it can be a rewarding experience for any parent. As tooth decay remains the most common chronic children’s disease, the best way to prevent it from happening to your child is to begin dental cleanings at an early age.
At Kool Smiles, our general dentists are skilled in working with kids of all ages to get them the care they need. They can help teach kids proper oral hygiene as they keep an eye on growing teeth.
Studies show that kids who are able to regularly visit the dentist are less likely to develop tooth decay or gum disease later in life.
At Kool Smiles, we work with families without dental insurance to enroll in CareCredit, and accept cash and credit card payments. For more information on CareCredit’s dental payment plans or about our services, give us a call today.
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