CareCredit was established by Ralph Stern in 1987. Back then, lots of people need dental implants but don’t have enough resources to pay for the procedure. It was then where Ralph decided to create a company that would offer a credit card called ‘DenCharge’ for medical patients. After the years, the company grew dramatically and changes the name to CareCredit that offers financing options to personal care purchases at places like Rite Aid and LensCrafters.
CareCredit offers Healthcare financing designed specifically for health and wellness needs. CareCredit credit card applications can be done online through the website, over the phone or in person at more than 200,000 healthcare provider locations that accept CareCredit. The standard Cardholder’s APR is 26.99%. No interest if paid in full within 6, 12, 18 and 24 month financing options.
List of Stores that Accept Care Credit Financing to Buy Now, Pay Later
Click on individual online store logos for more information about that store and to shop.
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