Care Credit

Care Credit

How CareCredit Works

The CareCredit healthcare credit card is accepted at over 175,000 providers nationwide and is designed to help you finance your health, beauty and wellness needs.

With CareCredit, you can pay for treatments and procedures for you and your family right away and then make convenient monthly payments.

The CareCredit healthcare credit card is:

Convenient.

Use it again and again as your own dedicated health and wellness credit line.

Helpful.

CareCredit’s promotional financing options make costly procedures and treatments more manageable, with convenient monthly payments that fit your budget.

Flexible.

You can choose from enrolled doctors or healthcare providers near you. Pay monthly or pay your balance off at any time.

Pay for the treatments or procedures you want, when you want them.

Apply for your CareCredit credit card today!

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