You don’t have to let prior financial commitments keep you from that liposuction or Botox injection.
You can still get your procedure with a little financial assistance from Care Credit.
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Care Credit, a financial services company, loans people money to pay their cosmetic procedures. Just like you get a car loan and make set monthly payments, you can do the same for your cosmetic procedure.
With Care Credit, you apply for the amount you need and, once approved, make monthly payments on that loan.
“Care Credit has close relationships with the doctors they work with. We take a little part of the interest from the payments for a period of time,” Dr. Jeff Popp said.
“Everyone has a little give-and-take in this process.”
Opens the door
He and other participating cosmetic surgeons don’t make as much per procedure when patients pay with Care Credit.
“But I’m glad it opens the door for those who maybe can’t afford the entire cost up front,” Dr. Popp said.
Many clients choose Care Credit
Pat Brewer, his office manager, said about 30 percent of their patients use Care Credit.
“It is a great deal for us, and we offer no interest for the first 6 months,” she said. “On a two- to four-year loan, the interest is 14.9 percent.”
You can visit Care Credit online and apply before you commit to your procedure. On the day of surgery, Care Credit transfers the money into Dr. Popp’s account, and you’re good to go.
Have a question about Care Credit? Click the “contact” button on the top of this page or call Dr. Popp’s office at 402-391-4558.