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Making dental treatment more accessible with zipPay

March 6, 2018


Have you ever had a toothache at the worst possible time financially? Have you put up with pain waiting for pay day? If you have an urgent problem and are short on funds, you can now use zipPay to pay for your dental treatment.


At Greenland Dental we are constantly looking for ways to improve our service and make dental care more accessible for our community. We recognise the importance of adapting and expanding our services to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our patients. 


While our interest free payment plan option (DentiCare) works well for larger treatment plans, we are now offering zipPay to help our patients access emergency treatment. zipPay is interest free and can be set up within minutes (conditions apply). We hope by partnering with zipPay that our patients won't be left in pain or put under financial stress.


If you would like more information about zipPay click here. If you'd like to discuss your payment options or you would like to make an appointment please call 0754954266. To book an appointment online click here.


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