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Doucas Dental are proud to be partnered with OpenPay to help others access the dental care they need, when they need it.

What is OpenPay?

OpenPay is a dental payment plan that allows patients to pay off their treatment in fortnightly installments.

 

Will I need to pay a deposit?

Yes. Before commencing the payment plan, patients will need to deposit up to 20% of their total treatment depending on the type of payment plan option they choose with OpenPay.

 

How do I apply for OpenPay?

Applying for OpenPay is very simple and easy. There is no paperwork needed as the application is done online by the dental staff. All patients need to provide is an Australian photo ID (driver’s licence, passport or proof of age card) and their contact details. A quick 2-minute credit check will be conducted and if the patient is eligible, then OpenPay will be ready for use. Because the credit check is done by the OpenPay system, patients will not need to worry about their credit history being seen.

 

What do you need to do?

Download the OpenPay App on your mobile phone

Patients may also apply by themselves using the Openpay app (available for iPhone and Android phones) and have their credit check done from the privacy of their own phone. When approved, the patient will need to go back to the practice and complete the payment plan process with the dental staff. It’s a simple process, but if there are any enquiries; feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to explain more.

You can download the Openpay app for iOS devices here and for Android here.

 

If we provided you with a treatment plan and you couldn’t afford it at the time, OpenPay might be the payment option suited to you. Contact our friendly reception team today on 08 9274 1657 for more information on OpenPay or make an enquiry by completing the form on our website.

 

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