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Care Credit Financing! Have you heard?

"Care Credit" has a motto - "Making care possible...today!"  And that is exactly what it accomplishes for you!!

You are able to obtain the care you want today and more good things with this one card.  "Care Credit provides flexibility and convenience when paying for a wide range of healthcare and personal care expenses that typically are not covered by insurance."  

There are more than 195,000 merchant locations nationwide from healthcare providers to participating retailers...from dental care, braces and teeth whitening, veterinary care and supplies, cosmetic procedures and treatments, dermatology, comprehensive eye health examinations, eyeglasses, contacts, and LASIK surgery, hearing aids, chiropractic care and many other specialties!  If you visit www.carecredit.com you will find more details and the retail locations that accept the card.

There are numerous opportunities to apply.  You are able to apply using your smartphone, tablet or PC.  Visit the website and click "apply".  To apply by phone at 800.365.8295 you will need to be 21 or older. AND - you can apply in person at enrolled provider locations - which includes Ankeny Family Vision Center. Applying is fast and easy and you receive a credit decision immediately!!

We are happy to be able to provide this type of financing for you to help make it easier to manage your family's healthcare expenses.  Stop in today and apply, or visit the website, if you feel this would be a logical option for you.  We have brochures with more information we would be pleased to provide for you to peruse.

At Ankeny Family Vision Center we strive to provide you with "the personal vision care you deserve"!!

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