Yes, most offices do offer payment plans. The three most popular plans are: 1. In office financing - This is where you would pay the office monthly. Usually the office will offer zero interest (this would be something you would want to ask at the time of your consultation).2. Payment in full - If you are looking for an additional discount, this could be the best method of payment for you. Some offices can offer between 3% to 8% off your treatment plan.3. 3rd party financing - Some patients choose to go this route when they want to have lower monthly payments that are stretched out over a longer period of time. However, make sure you understand the terms and conditions of the plan before you commit or you could be paying a lot more in the long run.
Do Orthodontists Usually Offer Payment Plans for Braces?
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Orthodontic payment plan
Yes! Almost all orthodontist offer payment plans. There are usually three to chosse from. 1. You will be offered a 5 to 7% pay in full discount if you pay your contract in full. 2. There is usually an interets free office plan and a bogger downpayment and smaller monthly payments until treatment is over. 3. There are outside companies ( ie Chase or Care Credit) which offer lOWER monthly payments with some interest. These days. most orthodontist will offer Chase or Care credit INTEREST FREE.
Orthodontic treatment can be very affordable
Most orthodonists offer convenient payment options. Typically it involves an initial payment of perhaps 20% of the entire fee followed by even monthly payments for the duration of your treatment. Some doctors offer payment plans with no initial fee. Most offer a discount if you pay the entire amount at the beginning of treatment.
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Orthodontists Offer Payment Plans
Orthodontists most definitely offer payment plans. In fact, many prefer them.
Many offices have both in-house financing and third party financing plans for patients to allow great treatment able to fit within any budget.
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