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Does the 18-month leeway apply to each medical procedure? For example, I have a crown this month and then an implant six months from now. Does the 18-months start differently for each procedure or is it a one-time deal?

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The 0% interest introductory period on a credit card starts when the credit card issuer opens the credit account. Charges made and paid off during this period won’t accrue any interest. There is only one intro period. Continue reading

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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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® Cash Back credit card which has 14 months of no interest (after introductory period is… Continue reading

I don’t want a credit card as I have several. My dentist said CreditCare would give me interest free up to six months to pay this bill. I am having root canal done today and I have Encore Dental Insurance but the dentist will not accept it and referred me to CreditCare.

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CareCredit is a healthcare credit card that can only be used for medical needs at certain doctors or medical centers. They offer interest free promotional periods starting at six months. But once the promotional period ends, you will be charged interest and if the balance is not paid in full within… Continue reading

I am in the process of having some major dental work and it will cost approximately $2,000. My credit is fair but I can’t afford to pay a lot of fees. Please help. Thank you

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If you need a credit card, you can consider credit cards for people with fair credit. These cards have low fees and interest rates and some of them even have a rewards program. Your credit performance will be reported to major credit bureaus and, if you make monthly payments on time and stay within… Continue reading

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