Perhaps the most flexible option you can use to finance your veneers this year is to take advantage of our dental payment or financing plans. These options are given to patients looking for a way to budget for their dental procedure in a more manageable way. With payment plans, patients can choose how much money they want to deposit and how much they want to return on a monthly basis. If you're interested in veneers, there are several payment options you can consider.
If you have the funds available, of course you can use them. You can also use a tax-free Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to pay for the procedure. If you're interested in paying over time, it's important to know that very few providers give credit to patients through their office, where patients receive bills and pay the provider directly. Almost all of them accept general purpose credit cards and many accept the CareCredit credit card, which can be a convenient way to pay for the procedure.
Many dental offices also offer payment plan options through third-party lenders, such as CareCredit. But most dental insurance plans come with an annual maximum, or the amount of dental care the plan will pay for in a year. You can also use your CareCredit card over and over to pay for other health, wellness and dental care needs. Keep reading to learn more about cellulite treatments and how much you can expect to pay for each procedure.
If you are approved for a CareCredit card, you can use it to pay out-of-pocket dental expenses, but only with the providers listed on their website. Participating providers can offer a variety of payment plans* for many procedures that are not fully covered by insurance.