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Years ago, I needed to get a dental implant.  Holy smokes are those things expensive. However, they are well worth the money.  I still have mine, and it is in great shape.

Fast forward a number of years.  Cheyenne (my black lab) came into our lives.  Over her 11 years with us, she needed veterinary care of course.  The most expensive procedure was when she tore her ACL.  We opted to have the surgery to fix it, and we were so glad that we did.

So what do these two things have in common?  I used my Care Credit card to finance both of these procedures.

Care Credit helped us finance both of these situations with a manageable monthly payment at zero percent interest over a  set amount of time on purchases over $200.  Trust me that both of these situations were well over $200!  You can find the specifics here: https://www.carecredit.com/howcarecreditworks/prospective-cardholders/

There is deferred interest on these purchases. What does that mean?  The interest accrues (adds up), but if you pay off the total in your set amount of time, you pay no interest.  If you do not pay in full, you have to pay all of the interest from the date of the purchase.  Please be sure to keep this in mind.

Care Credit not only helps with dentist and vet bills. They also work for providers of cosmetic services, hearing, LASIK and vision, and many other categories.  Please be certain to check that your specific doctor accepts Care Credit.

Please consider looking into a Care Credit card if you need one.  It has helped us out several times.  A lot of people don’t know about it, so I thought I would at least let you all know it is out there.

You can apply here: https://www.carecredit.com/apply/

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