Pay as you goSimply pay for what treatment you have, when you have it. For treatment plans over £500 you are able to spread the cost over manageable monthly payments (subject to acceptance). We can assist you with an application for a finance loan and we have interest free options available for repayment terms under 12months Join our membership plan and save money on your examinations, cleans and x-rays compared to paying for them individually. You will have peace of mind that your preventative dental care will be covered by manageable monthly payments.
- Registration with your chosen dentist
- Affordable monthly direct debit payments – £12.95 per month
- Routine dental examinations
- Cleans with the dentist
- Bitewing x-rays when required
- 10% discount off of treatment (Excludes implants and work done by specialist referrals)
How do I join?Joining is simple, just talk to one of our practice team who will be more than happy to help you complete a simple application form. Please note that a £10 joining fee applies. New patients must attend a new patient examination before they are eligible to join. Denplan is the most established dental programme and the leading provider of payment plans in the UK. Under Denplan Care each patient has a free individual assessment to establish a monthly fee. This fee covers:
- Necessary standard fillings
- Hygiene appointments (including scale and polishes)
- Root canal treatment
- Gum treatment
- Standard Crowns, bridges and dentures (excluding laboratory bills).
What you need to do to register for Denplan careIn order join Denplan Care you are required to have a routine examination and undertake any required dental work. Once this is complete and we have a clear picture of your dental health, a free assessment will establish your Denplan category and monthly fee (ranges from £12.85 – £46.35). You are then welcome to see our treatment coordinator to complete the relevant application forms
New patients from only £26.00
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