Hi, I’m Dr Judith and I’m one of the principal dentists here at Elevate Dental.
Today, we’re going to be discussing some different types of dental payment plans we offer here at Elevate Dental.
Several weeks ago, I was speaking with one of our patients, Oliver from Hawthorn. He was considering a smile makeover and was curious about dental payment plan options and what would work for him. This is a very common question we get. So, I thought I’d make a video to share with you what I went through with him.
Here at Elevate Dental, we understand that sometimes a journey towards achieving a healthy and beautiful smile can involve an upfront investment. And often, delaying treatment is not the best option because it may mean more pain and more expensive treatment in the future. And this is where a variety of dental payment plans can work.
So depending on what your needs are, you will have access to a variety of payment plan options to find what’s most competitive and the best fit for you. We offer solutions such as Afterpay, Zip Pay, Zip money, as well as in-house payment plans to tailor-make a solution for you.
So there’s no one size fits all solution. I mean, for example, some people would prefer to place a nominal deposit and then have the rest of the treatment as a payment plan. Other people prefer to have several bulk instalments. Really, anything is possible. And at the end of the day, we’re here to work with you to find what suits you best.
If you have private health insurance, we offer on the spot health insurance quotes and claims, so that you know exactly what your out of pocket amounts are and budget from there. Our friendly and knowledgeable front office coordinators are available to help you choose what payment plan best suits your budget and lifestyle.
So, if you’ve got any questions regarding dental payment plans and what might fit you most, then let us know. Simply call us on 1300 2 SMILE, complete the form on our website or direct message us on social media, and we’ll be in touch to answer any questions you may have. See you in the next video.
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