Pay ZERO today with our “Beautiful Now” Financing
We have two great financing options for you! Look your very best TODAY with ZERO payments for six months or ZERO payments for 15 months! Please talk with our patient services coordinators at your visit.
Beautiful Now and Zero Payments for Six Months
We have partnered with Care Credit, a leading health-care financing company. Approval is online and immediate. Our minimum for the use of Care Credit is $1000. Care Credit can be used with each visit (so long as minimums are met). Please talk with our Patient Services Coordinator who can guide you through the simple online approval process.
Beautiful Now and Zero Payments for 15 Months!
Through our unique partnership with First National Bank, you can receive a special dedicated credit card with zero percent interest for up to one year. Approval generally takes three days, so we suggest you speak with our patient services coordinator a few days before your planned treatment. We recommend this treatment for those wishing to secure financing of $1000 or more, as this option may only be used once annually.
Work with our private banker at First National Bank
On behalf of our patients, we have established a relationship with a local banker at First National Bank. You can reach her directly at:
Be sure to reference Dr. Janowski, as she is here to assist our patients directly.
After asking you a few questions, Brittany and First National Bank can help you receive a credit card that can be used in our office (and anywhere). The credit card has 0% interest for one year. You can apply for the card over the phone OR by visting the bank branch in person for an immediate approval.
The First National Branch is located conveniently 5 minutes form our office at: 12009 Sheridan Blvd. in Broomfield. It is a free-standing building at the corner of 120th and Sheridan.
The minimum requirement is a 650 credit score. You can also make balance transfers to the card at 3%.
We are proud to be able to offer this great option to our patients.
*Results may vary from patient to patient