Financing Options in Fort Worth, TX

Lake Country Dental offers comprehensive dentistry in Fort Worth, Texas, and the surrounding areas of Saginaw and northwest Fort Worth. We are dedicated to bringing you the best dental care possible without breaking your budget. To find out more about our financial options, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (817) 236-8771.

We accept the following payment options:

  • CareCredit
  • Credit Cards
  • Cash
  • Check

To find out if we accept your insurance plan, please call our office today!


Frequently Asked Questions

How does CareCredit work?

You can apply for CareCredit by calling the toll-free number or on their website. Once you’re approved, you can use it as a credit card for your dental care. You can use it to pay for copays, deductibles, and costs not covered by insurance. That way you don’t need to use the money in your bank account to receive the care you need. 

CareCredit is a short term financing option that allows you to pay over the course of months rather than upfront. Terms last anywhere from six to 24 months. Best of all, the amount you borrow may be interest-free as long as you pay it in full within the allotted amount of time.

Does CareCredit hurt my credit?

Initially, you’ll see a small dip in your credit score that goes along with any credit check, but it should disappear after a year. CareCredit will actually improve your credit score in the long run, as long as you use it responsibly and pay it back on time. 

What can I use my CareCredit for?

CareCredit is accepted at over 200,000 locations nationwide. You can use it to pay for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses such as dentistry, cosmetic procedures, surgery, even veterinary services, and many more.  For more information, check out the CareCredit website.

What credit score is required to be eligible for CareCredit?

CareCredit is more likely to approve people with a credit score of 623 or higher, however people with as low as 600 have been approved. To improve your chances, It helps to have low credit balances and fewer inquiries on your credit check.