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Increase treatment plan conversion with buy now pay later
National Dental Plan (NDP) allows practices to offer patients a buy now, pay later solution for treatment. As we come out of COVID-19 and the financial impact it has had on everyday Australians, NDP gives your patient a no interest ever option to start or complete much-needed dental treatment.
So when can you offer your patients National Dental Plan (NDP)?
National Dental Plan can be offered to patients at various stages of their treatment
- Beginning – offered to patients when presenting the treatment plan
- Middle – offered to patients who require financial support to complete treatment
- End – offered to patients in debt for previous treatment so they can pay in instalments
Family members can apply on behalf of a patient
If the patient does not meet the payment plan criteria, then a family member who does meet the criteria can apply for them on their behalf.
Patients can choose portions of treatment to pay via NDP
The patient does not need to commit to paying the total treatment plan value via NDP; they can select the items to include, e.g. Crowns, and the items to be paid via another method.
The Minimum Deposit Amount can be Increased
Patients must pay a minimum 20% deposit, unless they are categoried as VIP of Humm or a discounted promotion applies to them. The deposit amount can be increased at the practices discretion. Additionally, patients may opt to pay more upfront to reduce repayments.
Find out more
Join Linda Hunter on 15 + 16 July for the When to Offer National Dental Plan Webinar. Discover when to offer National Dental Plan and how to present payment plans to patients. The ease of how to submit an application through Dental4Windows will be demonstrated. Register now.
Already use National Dental Plan at your practice? For further information on how to utilise these options, book a FREE Consulting session now.
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