Medical credit cards can mean aches and pains for patients
In this Monday, March 7, 2005, file photo, a dentist works on a patient at a dental clinic. Medical credit cards can seem like a smart way to pay for procedures not covered by insurance, including dental work or cosmetic surgery.
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