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How much cash do you want?
How long do you want it for?

Loans from $2100 to $4600 require a car, motorbike, boat or caravan to be provided as security. If you cannot provide security, please apply for $2000 or less.

Repayments

The Annual Percentage Rate for Secured Medium Loans is 48%. Comparison Rate is 66.0347% p.a. This comparison rate is based on a Medium Amount Credit Contract for an amount of $2,500 over 2 years and a $400 establishment fee. Fees and charges are payable.

The maximum you will be charged is a 20% Establishment Fee and a 4% Monthly Fee. Under the current legislation lenders do not charge an annual monthly interest rate for our Small Amount Credit Contracts. You may know this as Annual Percentage Rate or APR(%)

What are Dental loans?

Dental loans with Nifty Loans are a fast processed loan for a nominated amount between $300 and $4,600. Now, when we say fast, we mean lightning fast. In most cases, we’re able to have your application assessed and get back to you with an outcome within just 60 minutes!

Have more questions? The Australian MoneySmart website has you covered.

Dental Loans Australia

Booking that long-awaited dental appointment is something that we all dread. No matter how much we hate it, it’s much better than going without treatment and potentially making things a whole lot worse. However, having dental work done in Australia can be very expensive – whether you have health insurance or not!

Some dentists are fully covered by private health, while some charge a gap. Obviously, this is super important information, so you’d think they’d put it on their website – nope! This means you have to go out of your way to phone the practice just to find out. As if the pain from your teeth wasn’t enough!

And what if you don’t have dental cover?

Not having dental cover can cause some people to avoid treatment, leading to even more problems down the line. That’s where Nifty Loans can help out. We can offer you small dental loans to ease the stress of that unexpected expense, so you can keep on trucking!

Do you offer dental loans for low income earners?

We sure do!

Just fill out a quick and easy application form for one of our Nifty dental loans and we’ll get back to you in a flash!

Even if I’m on Centrelink?

That’s right, we do accept Centrelink payments as income, as long as they’re consistent and reliable. If you’ve met all of our basic eligibility requirements then we should have no problem making you an offer for those much needed dental loans. If you’re going to the effort of fixing up those pearly whites, guarantee that we’ll go to the effort of making you smile to show them off. We do that by giving everyone a fair go, despite your situation.

Do you offer loans for dental work even if I’m not a low income earner?

Absolutely!

Nifty is an equal opportunity lender!

As long as you are over 18, a permanent Australian resident and have a regular income, mobile number, and email address, you are welcome to apply for Nifty dental loans at any time.

Do you do credit checks when we apply for dental loans?

Worried about your credit score? Looking for a no credit check loan? Don’t be!

Regardless of how good or bad your credit is, just fill out one of our quick and simple application forms and we’ll see if we can help.

Here at Nifty Loans, we believe that everyone deserves a second chance. While we do credit checks for all our loans, we won’t judge you just based on your credit score. We get it: sometimes in life, unfortunate things happen that you just can’t avoid. We won’t blame you for them.

So, to help improve that situation, we’ll do our best to give you that second chance with the dental loan you need.

What if I have bad credit? Can I still get a dental loan?

Yes!

One of Nifty’s principles is that everyone deserves a second chance.

All we need to assess your eligibility for a loan is 90 days worth of bank statements; this way your credit history stays history.

My child needs braces, do you do loans for dental braces as well?

Yes we do!

Raising kids can be expensive, not to mention taking care of their teeth!

With the increase in the amount of sugar that food manufacturers are putting into even the healthiest of kids snack choices, it is no wonder that dentists are run off their feet!

Braces, wisdom teeth, and fillings are just the tip of the very expensive iceberg of dental problems that could crop up over the course of your kid’s journey into adulthood.

We understand and are happy to help. After all, no one wants to see kids in pain.

So, jump online and apply for one of our Nifty dental loans. You could have your cash loan approved in as little as 60 minutes
so your little one can be on the road to recovery in no time!

What to do when going to the dentist with your kids for the first time

Plenty of adults are scared of visiting the dentist, so imagine what it must be like for a kid! Here are some simple things you can do to make sure your kids have a good time:

Find a dentist that suits your family

Every doctor has a different bedside manner, and dentists are no different. If your kids are nervous about their first visit, having a dentist that makes them feel comfortable and safe will make a world of difference. Depending on where you live, you may not have access to multiple dentists, but if you do, then shopping around may make the difference between your kids being excited for or dreading their dental appointments.

Talk to your kids about the visit

Even before their first visit, kids have probably heard a bit about the dentist from friends and media and, chances are, what they’ve heard isn’t good. Sit them down before the appointment and let them know exactly what’s going to happen in simple terms. That way they’ll know what to expect, and a good dentist will reassure them every step of the way. As funny as it might be to scare your kids with tales of the spooky dentist, it might cause problems down the line and as your kids’ problems are your problems, don’t make it harder for yourself!

Make sure they brush and floss regularly

Establishing good dental hygiene early on is something that they’ll thank you for when they’re older. Not only that, but it’ll also mean the dentist will have less work to do. Everyone wins!

What about loans for dentures?

The same goes for Gran and Grandpa!

As long as you have a regular income paycheck from an employer or Centrelink you can jump online now and apply for a dental dentures loan as well.

Nifty Loans has got you covered, no matter what your age!

Foods your dentist wants you to avoid

You’ve probably heard a thousand times before about how lollipops are a dentist’s worst nightmare, but they’re not alone. These are the types foods you should be wary of:

Sugary foods

This is the one everyone should know. While almost every food contains some form of sugar, it’s important to limit foods containing added sugars.

“Sticky” foods

The stickier a food is, the more likely it is to stay on your teeth for longer, which will cause decay. This applies to sweets like toffee, but also to seemingly healthy snacks like dried fruit.

Acidic foods

Tomatoes, citrus fruits and juices, red wine and fizzy drinks are some of the foods that you might immediately think of as being acidic. However, there are some seemingly harmless foods (such as certain breads and cereals!) that can contain high amounts of acid, so make sure you do your research. Consistently eating acidic foods over a long period of time can damage your enamel.

Low-nutrition foods

You can still treat yourself every so often, but if foods with little to no nutritional value make up a large part of your diet then your immune system won’t be as strong, making you more vulnerable to gum disease and tooth decay.

There are ways to minimise the harmful effects of these foods without having to cut them out of your diet completely. Moderate the amount of unhealthy food that you eat, and try including acidic, sugary or sticky foods as part of a meal. This way you can rinse your mouth out with water and chew some sugar-free gum afterwards, which will limit the damage.

If you do this, your teeth will be healthier and there will be less chance of needing costly dental surgery later in life.

Loans for dental procedures

What about Mum and Dad, I hear you say?

Of course we haven’t forgotten about them!

We are more than happy to approve dental loans for procedures for the whole family!

As long as the applicant meets our lending criteria we are more than happy to send dental loans your way to get those pesky dental problems solved!

The do’s and don’ts of going to the dentist

Even with the expenses taken care of, going to the dentist is still a bit of a daunting experience. Here are some simple things you can do to make the whole process a bit easier:

DO: Brush AND floss, twice a day

It only adds a few minutes to your morning/night routine, but so many people either forget or can’t be bothered. If you can force yourself to do it a couple of days in a row, it’ll soon become a good habit that it easy to stick with.

DON’T: Start flossing just because you have a dental appointment coming up

Unfortunately, a dental checkup isn’t something you can cram for the night before like a university exam. Your dentist will be able to tell if you haven’t been looking after your teeth, and there’s a fair chance that you’ll end up doing more harm than good by flossing too hard. It’s best to be honest and correct your behaviour for next time.

DO: Tell your dentist about any problems before the appointment

It’s important to let your dentist know of any potential issues when you’re booking your appointment. If you’ve had surgery recently, suffer from a condition that might affect the dental procedure or have any documents (x-rays, prescriptions, etc) about your dental history that might be helpful, your dentist will need to know ahead of time so they can prepare.

Whatever you do, don’t spring this crucial information on them just as they’re about to start the checkup – or worse, once they’ve already started.

DON’T: Eat just before your appointment

This doesn’t mean don’t eat at all, but if you’ve just had a meal then try and give your teeth a quick brush before you go in. Your dentist will thank you for it.

What can I use a dental loan for?

A Nifty dental loan can be used for a wide range of dental procedures. If you’ve got a dental problem, we’ve got it covered. The procedures our dental loans cover include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Removals and extractions
  • Fillings and repairs
  • Root canals
  • Bridges and implants
  • Gum surgery
  • Tooth whitening
  • Crowns and caps
  • Veneers
  • Braces
  • Dentures
  • Sealants

Whatever dental care you might need, a Nifty dental loan will make sure you get it.

How do I repay my dental loans?

That’s the easy part!

We will set you up with a direct debit of a nominated amount on an agreed day, and voila! You won’t have to worry about your repayments again!

At the end of your cash advance loan repayments your direct debits will automatically stop, so there’s no need to worry about calling up to cancel the payments. Nifty Loans is committed to being helpful and hassle-free, so you can focus on your health.

Here are some facts you need to consider when looking for a dental loan:

Who is this product for?

Individuals looking for a dental loan.

To be eligible for a dental loan, you must be:
  • Over the age of 18
  • An Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Have a regular source of income (wages and/or Centrelink payments)
  • An active mobile number or email address
What are you repayment terms? Repayment terms range from 3-24 months
Loan types available: Fixed
Lender: Nifty Personal Loans

So what are you waiting for?

Lets get those dental loans approved and sorted – because no one’s a happy camper when they have sore teeth!

Apply Now! With Nifty Personal Loans.

How to qualify for a nifty personal loan

You are at least 18 years of age.

You are an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident.

Receive a regular income into a personal bank account for at least 3 months.

Able to give us an active mobile number or email address.

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Not be in financial hardship or be considering entering any form of bankruptcy.

You must show evidence of being able to handle financial commitments on your bank statements (regular payments, direct debits, etc.).

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You must not have received a Centrelink Emergency payment within the last 3 months.

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If you meet these criteria, apply now and receive an outcome within 60 minutes* (in normal business hours).

how it works.

small personal loans.

  • Loan amounts: $300 – $2,000
  • Terms: 3 months – 6 months
  • Establishment fee: Up to 20%
  • Monthly fee: 4%

Example

Loan Amount: $500
Term: 10 weeks, repayable weekly
Principal amount: $500
Establishment fee: $100
Total other fees: $60
Total monthly fees: 4% per month over 10 weeks
Total payable: $660
Weekly installments: $66

medium personal loans.

  • Loan amounts: $2,001 – $4,600
  • Terms: 13 months – 24 months
  • Establishment fee: up to $400.
  • Annual Percentage Rate (APR): 48%
  • Comparison Rate: 66.0347%

Example

Loan Amount: $3,000
Term: 18 months, repayable weekly
Principal amount: $3,000
Establishment fee: $400
Total other fees: $1,378.87
Total payable: $4,840.14
Weekly installments: $61.27

How customers rate Nifty’s Dental Loans?

dentalloans Overall rating: 4.6 out of 5 based on 3 reviews.

Best loan company to go through

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5 5 1
I have not had much luck with any other loan company but NIFTY gave me a go and I would advise others to go through NIFTY as well.

excellent

★★★★☆
4 5 1
i have found the nifty team to be quick helpful friendly and always try to exceed there expectations .

Excellent company and easy to deal with.

★★★★★
5 5 1
Great company to deal with. Easy to apply and great rates for those times when you get a little stuck. Quick approval and all around a great company. Highly recommend nifty and i will definitely be back in the future.

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