Katoomba Dental Centre

Openpay

Get the dentistry you need when you need it - with no interest EVER!

Working with dentists, Openpay provides Interest Free dental plans for all general, cosmetic, orthodontic and specialist dental care making dentistry more accessible to all.

Openpay means you can have the dental treatment you need, when you need it with no interest - EVER. Openpay breaks the cost of your treatment into easy, fortnightly credit card payments over a range of 2 - 24 months depending on your plans value.  

Spread the cost. No interest. None.

Openpay lets you spread the cost of the things you want and need over time, with no hidden fees.

  • Longer plans lengths to make larger purchases more manageable.
  • No hidden fees and no interest.
  • Quick simple application process.
  • 20% deposit will be required for purchases under $2,000.  
  • 10% deposit will be required for purchases over $2,000.  
  • Fortnightly plan management fees are clearer than ever – you pay what you choose.

 

 

Application Process

Following a consult with your dentist and acceptance of the treatment plan, the Openpay application process is easy and immediate. All you have to do is provide:

  • Photo ID: Australian Drivers license or other government photo ID showing address
  • Credit Card: MasterCard, Visa Debit or Credit Card
  • Contact details: mobile phone number and an email address

With this information, the team will enter your details and a quick 2 minute credit check will be performed. It is not income tested so no pay slips are required. On approval, you simply pay based on the above overview.

 

More information about this service: https://www.opy.com/au/how-it-works/
Currently during the Covid Pandemic we are continuing to see patients for all treatment under the recommendations from ADA NSW. Both vaccinated and non vaccinated are welcome to our practice for treatment, however, we provide a strict pre-screening process that applies to all patients. Any patient that is dispaying unusual symptoms related to COVID-19 or is suspected of having COVID-19 will not be able to be treated. If you have any questions, please call us. 
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