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Need a loan for dental procedures

Post by Subway » Sat May 25, 2013 10:48 pm

I receive $1540 a month SSDI permanent disability check. My credit is bad cause when I was waiting for approval after applying for SSD 4 years of being unemployed passed by before I was finally approved and won my case. But this four year wait made all my bills pile up and now my daughter needs 4 dental implants done after they take her braces off need month. I need to try to get a loan to help her with this procedure. I am able to pay back as much as 300 a month on the loan.

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Re: Need a loan for dental procedures

Post by Admin » Fri Mar 18, 2016 10:35 pm

You should really try a clinic in Texas for free dental work. Do this before taking out a loan, as if you SSDI payments are only $1540 your ability to pay back that money is very limited. While asking for 4 implants is a lot, maybe a community clinic can help. Or offer some sort of alternative care. More Texas dental community clinics.

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Re: Need a loan for dental procedures

Post by Lutter » Sat May 26, 2018 2:48 pm

Hi there,
I'm a student from Oregon who works part time and goes to college. I have a huge dental bill I need to pay off with a loan but my rent is also really expensive. It's hard to afford both since a lot of my pay check goes to rent.
Do you have any resources to help pay off my dental bill? It's like $974
I also need resources for food.

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Re: Need a loan for dental procedures

Post by Admin » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:00 pm

While we would never recommend it, there are emergency loans in Portland. But borrowing money to pay a dental bill seems foolish. Unless you have the means to immediately pay it off before interest kicks in...do not borrow money for paying dental debts.
Lutter wrote:Hi there,
I'm a student from Oregon who works part time and goes to college. I have a huge dental bill I need to pay off with a loan but my rent is also really expensive. It's hard to afford both since a lot of my pay check goes to rent.
Do you have any resources to help pay off my dental bill? It's like $974
I also need resources for food.

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