Avondale Dental Centre

Financial Info

We believe in affordable dentistry. Our flexible payment options make it possible for patients to fit their family's dentistry into their budgets. By working with financing partners and offering interest-free options for orthodontics, we make it possible for you to have the dentistry you need now and to spread out payments over time.

For patients more concerned about the overall cost of treatment, our pre-payment discount reduces expenses. That is money that stays in your wallet.

If you have specific questions about the cost of your procedure or payment options, give us a call. Our knowledgeable team is here to help.

Payment Options

We accept the following forms of payment at Avondale Dental Centre:

  • Cash
  • Credit cards

Financing Options for Q Card Holders

Using Q Card means a minimum of three months interest-free on purchases to protect your smile. At Avondale Dental Centre, we offer up to twelve months interest-free on your dental treatment plan. To learn more about the details, you can contact our clinic or refer to the link below, where you can also apply for a Q Card.

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5% Pre-Payment Discount

For treatment plans over $2000, we offer a prepayment discount designed to reduce your overall cost of treatment. Depending on the complexity of the treatment plan, our pre-payment discount can mean big savings.

We welcome you to get in touch to learn more about how we make dentistry affordable in Avondale.

Interest-Free Orthodontic Plans

After paying a percentage of treatment up front, we offer a pay-as-you-go option, interest-free, to help families fit necessary orthodontic care into their budgets. Our families with multiple children appreciate this option, as it makes orthodontics affordable for the whole family.

We encourage our adult patients who opt for Invisalign to take advantage of this opportunity as well.

Disclaimer: The information throughout this site is not intended to be taken as medical advice.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.