A $7,000 emergency loan that you can use to pay your dentist’s bills is now open in Texas.
You don’t have to pay it back until the next business day.
The Texas Health Insurance Commission on Wednesday filed an application with the U.S. Department of Justice to begin the process of revoking the emergency loan, which had been granted in August.
It would mean you have to get a second loan in order to get the dental and other services you need.
You’ll also have to show up to the dental office within 30 days to get your check.
Texas was one of eight states to approve emergency loans in 2017, and Texas has been one of the fastest-growing in the country.
A recent study by the American Dental Association found that Texas had seen the largest increase in dental visits among the states.
This year, Texas is among 18 states where emergency loans are allowed.
It was among 17 states that also approved the loan program in January.
In the new application, the Texas Health insurance Commission wrote that the emergency loans will provide dental care and other emergency services to uninsured people who can’t afford dental care.
“The emergency loan will be used to pay down a debt owed by a patient to a dental or vision care provider who is unable to pay,” the agency wrote.
It is unclear whether the emergency grants will apply to all individuals who apply.
There are also questions about whether the loans will be approved in every state, or only in Texas and some of its 28 other states.
It could be the case that some states will require a specific application for certain types of emergency loans, or that other states might not approve the program at all.