How to Pay for my Dental Treatment?
Pay & Go
The easiest way to settle your treatment plan is by paying by credit card (VISA, AMEX, Mastercard), debit card, cash or electronic bank transfer.
We also offer HICAPS (Health Industry Claims and Payments Service), which is a way for a health service providers to process your private health insurance claim for you on the spot, at the time of payment.
Own It Now, Pay Later
Making dental treatment more accessible and offering our patients’ payment flexibility.
Pay later for dental:
• Pay for incidental dental treatments up to $1,000
• Use for larger dental procedures over $1,000
• Nothing to pay today
• Interest free always
• Flexible repayments
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Buy ‘Little Things’ up to $2,000 or Buy ‘Big Things’ up to $30,000.
Repayments from weekly, fortnightly and repay over 6, 12, 24 up to 60 months.
Book Now, Pay Later
Receive your dental treatment immediately then pay for it with four simple repayments, no interest and no additional fees.
For example: If your treatment is priced $400, you pay 4 instalments of $100. There is no additional cost to use Afterpay so long as you pay on time. All of your payments are interest-free and you will receive your treatment straight away.
Pay for dental treatment with early release superannuation
SuperCare Australia has been helping individuals apply for early release of their superannuation to pay for major dental work. You can apply to access your super to pay for your dental treatment, your partner’s or your children’s treatment. You may choose to apply for funding to cover the entire cost of the procedure or just part of the cost.