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How Can CareCredit Help Finance My Dermatology Services?

By May 21, 2018May 11th, 2023Dermatology

At The Dermatology Clinic, we believe that everyone should have access to quality skin care treatments. That’s why we work with CareCredit, an innovative credit card specifically designed to cover the cost of health and wellness treatments. As the largest provider of healthcare-specific credit cards, CareCredit is a trusted institution for financing cosmetic and dermatological treatments.

How Does CareCredit Work?


CareCredit works like most credit cards, giving cardholders a line of credit they can access to cover healthcare costs. CareCredit cardholders can use the card to pay for insurance copayments, out-of-pocket expenses, and elective procedures not covered by health insurance. There are over 200,000 enrolled providers in the CareCredit network across the country. CareCredit offers short-term financing for periods of 6-24 months, allowing cardholders to pay no interest on expenditures of $200 or more provided the amount is paid in full by the end of the promotional period. Longer-term financing is also available for up to 60 months on payments over $2,500 with interest rates as low as 14.9 percent, giving patients the flexibility to choose the plan that’s right for them.

What Procedures Can CareCredit Be Used For?

The Dermatology Clinic offers a wealth of procedures, including Botox, laser treatment, acne treatment, as well as a number of non-surgical lifting and contouring procedures. All of our dermatology services can be paid for using CareCredit. This means that patients don’t need to put off the treatment they need while they save up.

The compassionate team of professionals at The Dermatology Clinic specializes in skin rejuvenation using today’s latest innovations in medical technology. Our doctors and aestheticians will help you craft a skin care plan tailored to your individual needs. And with affordable financing through CareCredit, you can complete your cosmetic and skin care treatments without breaking the bank.