ChaseHealth, AACD

May 13, 2011
Alliance makes membership more valuable by enabling affordable payment options for recommended treatments.

WILMINGTON, Delaware--ChaseHealthAdvance, part of Chase Card Services--a division of JP Morgan Chase-- and AACD have formed an alliance that will deliver payment plans to patients wanting to have recommended treatments.

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“ChaseHealthAdvance is committed to making available innovative business and marketing tools regarding financing to dental providers,” said Barry Trexler, senior vice president, ChaseHealthAdvance. “This alliance will allow providers treating patients to offer convenient, no-interest payment plans for 12, 18, and 24 months.”

ChaseHealthAdvance offers AACD members competitive service fees and financial choices to help patients pay for recommended dental procedures. In addition, ChaseHealthAdvance offers financing flexibility, online tools, and marketing support to AACD member dentists.

“The majority of cosmetic dental procedures are not covered by dental insurance, which can pose a challenge to many patients,” said Michael DiFrisco, AACD director of membership and marketing. “With ChaseHealthAdvance, AACD members can offer their patients a variety financing options, which will help them get the care they need. It also will improve members’ case acceptance and grow their practices.”

Providers can find out more about ChaseHealthAdvance financing options by logging on to

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