Skip Nav

Paying For Expensive Dental Work

Money Tip: Review Your Dental Payment Options

Whether or not your teeth-y needs are covered by dental insurance, involved dental procedures can cost a shiny out-of-pocket penny. One option that might be worth investigating is CareCredit, which offers a credit card accepted by over 75,000 health providers. Don't get me wrong, I'm not promoting debt here, but taking care of your teeth is a necessary part of your overall health and this may be something to investigate if you have some dental issues that need to be handled.

If you make the minimum monthly payments, CareCredit's plans won't charge you interest for three to 18 months if your balance is over $300. If you miss the monthly payments, interest charges accrue at a high variable rate. This option is really only for people that know they're able to make timely payments, and would be able to pay off the balance by the time the no interest period ends. Then again, there's always Mexico!


Latest Career & Money
Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? Order our POPSUGAR Must Have box now >>