Dental Payment Options
Options to settle your account
We accept dental payments on the day of treatment by cash, personal cheque, credit card or electronic transfer. We require an upfront payment for any complex treatment plans. Following your initial examination, we will issue estimates on dental work needed and associated items and costs.
DentiCare Payment Plans
Clients can use DentiCare dental payment plans for a wide range of general and cosmetic dentistry. You can use a payment plan for teeth whitening, dental implants, crowns and veneers, Invisalign and most other dental procedures.
Unlike some other payment plan solutions, they don’t charge you any interest on your treatment. They don’t require you to go through stringent credit checks or provide detailed financial information. Instead, they provide your dental practice simple, easy no interest payment plans. That means you can spread the cost of your treatment over time – no fuss.
Zip – Smile Now, Pay Later
ZIP can cover your entire cost of treatment and gives you a minimum of 6 months to pay it back, interest-free. There’s no paperwork, you can apply and be approved in under 5 minutes, and payments start from as little as $40 per month.
We believe your health care should be your choice and have chosen not to become a “Preferred Provider”. All of our invoices and estimates use the Australian Dental Association schedule of items so you may claim with any Australian health fund. We offer the HICAPS claim system to facilitate benefits from your fund and minimise the work you have to do to claim your rebate.
Childcare Benefits Scheme
The Commonwealth Government has established the Childcare Benefits Scheme for eligible families to provide financial support for basic dental services for children aged 2–17.
You are eligible if: your child is aged between 2 –17 years on any one day of the calendar year, you receive, or their family, guardian or carer receives, certain government benefits such as Family Tax Benefit Part A for at least part of the calendar year, and you are eligible for Medicare.