How to pay for great dental treatment in Mackay
Everyone needs to see a dentist twice a year for a check-up. Go without one for long and you will start accumulating problems such as decay and gum disease. You may also have other problems, such as oral cancer, go unnoticed. Going to the dentist is as much about preventing problems as it is about solving them. But too many people think they can’t afford to keep on top of things, which is why payment options are important.
Now that you’ve found great dental treatment in Mackay with us at Northern Beaches Dental, you will be wondering what the best way to pay for it is.
Well, we like to be flexible and offer you as many ways as possible. So, here’s our menu of payment options:
Interest-free payment plan
We want you to be able to access dental treatment in Mackay whenever you need, not just when you have enough money saved up. We certainly don’t want to add to your overdraft. That’s why we offer a Denticare Payment Plan. This payment plan allows you to pay off your treatment, either weekly or monthly, with no added interest on your payments. You don’t need complicated credit checks, you just need to put the plan in place after your check-up but before any treatment takes place. Call Northern Beaches Dental in Mackay to find out more.
At Northern Beaches Dental, we accept all health funds, including Smile, Medibank, Queensland Country Health and HCF. We also have HICAPS (Health Industry Claims and Payment Service) digital terminals, so that you can claim on the spot for your dental treatment in Mackay. You just hand us your health cover card and we swipe it through our HICAPS terminal to automatically process your claim.
Medicare for kids
Is your child eligible for the Child Dental Benefit Schedule? The CDBS provides up to $1,000 for treatment (preventive and restorative) over two years for eligible children aged 2-17. If your child has Medicare and you receive government benefits such as Family Tax Benefit Part A, they could be eligible.
Veterans and DVA
Don’t forget to bring your DVA card when you come for treatment.