Payment Options
  • Cash or Check
    5% discount
    day of service
  • Care Credit
    12 Months
    Interest free
    $1000 minimum
    Day of service
  • Care Credit
    6 months
    interest free
    no minimum
    day of service
  • Matercard
    2% discount
    day of service
  • Visa
    2% discount
    day of service
  • Discover
    2% discount
    day of service

      Care Credit

Sewickley Dental Care
Experienced Gentle Care
 
Payment Options

We provide a 5% discount to patients that pay with cash or check on the day that services are provided. We also provide a 2% discount to patients that pay with MasterCard, Visa, or Discover. We also provide the opportunity to qualify for 0% interest payment plans. 0% Interest Payment Plans for all qualified patients, and reduced interest payment plans are available through Care Credit. Care Credit charges the dentist a fee, then pays the dentist the rest of the fee for services rendered. The patient gets either 0% interest for a specified loan amount over an established time period, or a reasonable percentage loan over a longer time frame.

Our office has no influence, input, or other affect on the outcome of individual loan applications. Short form loan applications are available in our office and can gain approval in is little as 20 to 30 minutes. Patients can also apply directly online @ carecredit.com. Feel free to call the office to discuss your interests and questions regarding care credit.
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F.A.Q.
Q: Is there a dollar limit to Care Credit financing?

A: We have yet to see one. The main thing they look at is credit worthiness. If your credit is good,it's good for them.

Q: What if my credit is border line, can I still get Care Credit approval?

A: Yes, your chances may be greatly enhanced by using a co-signer, or your amount may be increased with a co-signer.

Q: I have dental insurance, can I still use interest free Care Credit for my deductible and Co-pay?

A: Yes

Q: I have dental insurance, can I still get a discount for paying my co-payment in cash?

A: Unfortunately, no. Dental insurances pay an already reduced amount in most instances, also dental insurances do not pay for services on the day they are performed.