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I need to get dentures in the near future. I was looking for a way to pay for them over time. What do you advise?

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Leo Zhu

If your dentist accepts credit cards, you should consider applying for a card with a 0% interest introductory period. For example, you can apply for the Discover it®- Double Cash Back your first year card which has 12 months of no interest. Plus the card offers 1% cash back on all your purchases, including dental work. There is no annual fee and no over-the-limit fee. If you want a cash advance though, you will be charged a 5% fee. So if you need cash because your dentist doesn’t accept credit card payments, you should consider applying for a personal loan.

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