Dental care isn’t just an investment in your mouth, but in your well-being and long-term health, as well. At the Wright Dental Center, we believe that paying for dental procedures shouldn’t be an obstacle to taking care of yourself. That’s why we offer a variety of payment and financing options, and will work with you to create a payment plan that’s as unique as your treatment plan. Don’t let financial concerns stop you from getting the important dental care you need! Contact our offices in Cold Spring, KY, Hebron, KY, Union, KY, or Cincinnati, OH today to learn about your options for affordable dentistry.
We also offer free second opinions on all procedures, so if another dentist has given you a procedure total that you can’t afford, it doesn’t hurt to ask us. We’ll work with you so you can afford the dental care you need!
In most instances, we allow patients to provide payment using cash, check, or credit card. We accept most major credit cards.
We are in network with Delta Dental, Superior and Dental Care Plus.
Patients with low credit scores can receive affordable, no-collateral loans of up to $60,000 with flexible terms of up to 8 years at fair, fixed rates. This can be a smart, affordable choice for people looking for low monthly payments. Visit www.lendingclub.com or call 844-272-7587 for more information.
GreenSky offers you the choice between one-time installment loans (for a single procedure) or revolving credit lines for longer-term treatment. You can even get care for procedures not covered by medical insurance. GreenSky provides traditional payment plans with competitive interest rates, as well as promotional plans that accrue no interest if paid in full before the loan term ends. Visit www.greensky.com, email at email@example.com, or call 844-810-7713 for more information.
We offer Smile Advantage dental payment plans as financing for our dental procedures. This will help you work out a payment plan for your dental work, rather than having to pay it all at once.
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