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Dental Health Plan from less than £3 per week.

Dental Health Plan

Why are we offering a dental plan?

The main reason we offer a dental plan is because so many patients have asked us to. It gives you the opportunity to spread the cost of your preventative dental care and also benefit from worldwide dental accident and emergency insurance.

For the practice it means that we can plan your regular dental care more effectively than if you continued on a ‘pay as you go’ basis.

We have also designed the comprehensive range of dental plans to reward loyal patients, who will have their regular care planned in advance, providing them with the best chance of staying dentally fit and  reducing the need for future treatment.

What are the advantages of joining our dental plan?

It is much easier to spread the cost of your preventative dental care with monthly payments.

The peace of mind of being covered by worldwide dental accident and emergency insurance and access to a 24-hour helpline.

20% Discount on treatments* and materials not covered by the plan.

How do you join our plan?

Joining is very simple. All you have to do is complete a registration form and Direct Debit mandate. In addition to your first monthly payment, an initial registration fee of £10 per person will be charged and will be included in your first Direct Debit payment.

If you choose to leave the plan for any reason you can do so by simply giving us one month’s notice.

What does it cost?

Our plans start from £3  per week and you can download the latest plan details and prices below. You can cover your dental health examination,  recommended hygiene visits, necessary x-rays and emergency treatment. You will benefit from a 20% reduction* on other treatments  and an insurance element. Please ask our receptionists for details of the different levels of cover.

Any questions?

If you have any questions about our plan, please contact our reception team who will be happy to provide further information and guidance.

Download the BDA Code of Practice here

*excluding orthodontic and implant treatments