How can I afford to treat my gum problems if I have no insurance?

Todd A. Welch, DMD
It depends on the periodontist that you see. Many periodontists offer in-office or other forms of financing such as Care Credit. These financing companies offer many reasonable financing options such as 12 months no interest. My advice would be to speak with your particular periodontist or dentist office and ask these questions.

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