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You planning a career in dentistry? EdFed has all the resources to get you going. Whether you're still in school or you've graduated, and whether your student loans are from the federal government or a private lender, consolidation through EdFed could save you thousands of dollars over the life of your loans.

How consolidation can help you?

  • Allows you to make one low monthly payment to one lender for all your student loans.
  • Offers choice amongst several flexible repayment options.
  • Locks in your loans at a lower interest rate.
  • Awards generous borrower benefits that can save you several years' worth of payments.

  • Statistics

  • A $100,000 loan can mount up to more than $200,000 in payments owing to unnecessary fees and interest.
  • Our customers are able to save between $500 and $1000 each month in loan payments and between $57,000 and $75,000 in interest for the lifetime of their loans.

  • If you are burdened with large monthly payments and have exhausted all your options for deferment and forbearance, its time to explore all your debt management options. Consolidating your student loans with EdFed can save you hundreds of dollars per month and tens of thousands of dollars in interest during your repayment period. For a free assessment of your current financial situation, call us at (800) 503-1146 to speak with an EdFed financial advisor. Click here for more contact information.


    Hurry up!!! Time is running out... This is a critical time for you to consider consolidating your debts. Post-June'06, interest rates will rise dramatically and some types of consolidation will disappear completely. Contact us as soon as possible to discuss your student loan status. A loan specialist will advise you free of charge and without obligation in about five minutes.

    Ready to start an application? Click here to go to our Registration Form. Finding out if you qualify is fast and free!
    New Bill Introduced to Legislature to Help Dental Students
    By Brooke Heath

    For some, the goal of pursuing a career in dentistry formed in childhood while playing "dentist" with toys as patients and a pair of pliers as instruments. Others may have decided on this career later on after considering the benefits of a high-paying salary and the opportunity to help others. However, though many would like to pursue a DMD or DDS, the high costs involved and the large amount of student loan debt usually acquired can cause many would-be dental students to choose less-pricey career routes.
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