Cost Payment Plan

Many patients who had a large procedure in the past are already familiar with payment plans. At the dentist, you can often ask for a payment plan if you cannot pay for your treatment in one lump sum. Of course, certain procedures have such payment plans available while others do not.

One of the procedures at the Malo Dental Sydney that does have an accompanying payment plan is the All-On-4 dental implant treatment. To learn more about the payment plan for All-On-4, as well as other details regarding payments, please read the information below.

What Is a Payment Plan?

A payment plan is a tailormade repayment plan for outstanding debt. Depending on the clinic you choose for your treatment, the money for the treatment can be obtained from a third-party lender, which is then repaid by the patient in question. In rare cases, the cost of the procedure is carried by the clinic and later repaid by the patient to the clinic.

Payment plans for dental treatments usually require a monthly repayment. The amount to be repaid is based on your income and living costs, but you also have a say before the payment plan commences.

How Long Do I Have to Pay Back the All-On-4 Procedure?

The repayment time for your All-On-4 dental treatment is subject to the payment plan you have in place with your dental surgery. Some patients pay back the full treatment in a matter of months, while other patients extend that period over a couple of years. It all depends on the income you have available, any deposits you can put in, and the amount you are comfortable paying each month.

Are There Different Payment Plan Options?

As mentioned briefly in this article already, payment plans are tailored for the patient’s needs; this means that your payment plan can be quite different than the payment plan of another patient. For our clinic, it is important that patients can pay for their treatment comfortably, without having to worry or stress about making repayments.

To get a payment plan that is most suitable for your needs, it is best to speak to one of the dentists at the Malo Dental. By speaking to our dentist, you can explore all available payment options and pick the one that suits you best.

By informing about payment plans, you are not committing to anything. Before the procedure takes place, you must sign a document, which commits you to repay the money for the treatment. Until that document is signed, you still have the choice of another treatment or to go ahead with All-On-4.

We understand that dental implants can be quite an investment. It is also one of the reasons why many patients hold off on the treatment. Still, dental implants can improve the quality of life of the patient, so we aim to provide our patients with payment plans that are affordable for them.

Is There A Payment Plan for the All-On-4 Zygoma Procedure?

Most treatments that require a larger investment will have an accompanying payment plan. The All-On-4 Zygoma procedure is a part of All-On-4 treatment for certain patients, more specifically patients with a smaller amount of jawbone who require larger dental implants. Therefore, there is a payment plan available for patients who require the All-On-4 zygoma treatment.

The payment plan for the All-On-4 zygoma procedure is also subject to what the patient can afford to pay back. Like the regular All-On-4 treatment, the payment plan will be drafted in cooperation with your dentist, enabling you to benefit from the treatment without having to pay the full sum immediately.

As is the case with all payment plans, repayments and repayment times can be reduced somewhat by paying a deposit for your treatment. The minimum deposit you require for your treatment depends on the payment plan too. Some payment plans require a deposit to take advantage of them. Of course, payment plans with a paid deposit can be more advantageous for the patient in question. Therefore, many patients choose such a payment plan.

While many patients take advantage of payment plans these days, some patients prefer to pay for their treatment immediately. It is not uncommon for patients to save for their dental implant treatment and then pay for it right away. Still, this is not obligated since there are payment plans available for patients who cannot pay for their entire treatment in one go.

Do you have a question about payment plans available at the Malo Dental? Or would you like to inquire about the treatment cost for your dental implants by making an appointment at the Malo Dental. To make an appointment, or to inquire about our available payment plans for All-On-4 and zygoma, please contact our friendly team of receptionists by telephone or email.



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