Care Plan £13.50 per month*
We have introduced our own dental membership arrangement to reward and look after our patients who visit the practice regularly. Just look at what you can gain from becoming a member!
Every six months, our members are entitled to:
- A dental appointment, including a clinical examination, a check for signs of oral cancer and routine x-rays
- A hygiene appointment to provide a full clean of the teeth and gums and advice on how to keep your mouth healthy.
- 20% discount on any laboratory-based treatments required, i.e. crowns, bridges and dentures.
- 20% discount on any fillings.
- 20% discount on many other treatments (extractions, etc).
- 20% discount on additional hygiene care. (Additional hygiene visit costs £45.00)
Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme****
- Dental Trauma.
- Dental Emergency.
- Oral Cancer.
And there’s more...
Please speak to one of our team for further details on the full range of benefits to which members are entitled.
Membership Scheme £4.50 per month
Some patients may prefer to pay for dental examinations and treatments as and when needed. For these patients we can offer the following:
- 10% discount on all treatments carried out at the practice
- Examinations cost £40.00
- Hygiene visits cost £52.00
- X-rays cost £13.50
- Eligibility to request assistance from the Worldwide Dental Trauma Assistance Scheme following a dental trauma and/or dental emergency or oral cancer****
- Redundancy protection for your monthly payments for up to 12 months
Membership is conditional upon you attending the practice at least once a year for a check-up. Please speak to any member of the team if you would like more information.
* An initial administration fee of £9.50 will be collected with your first payment only.
** Subject to receipt of six consecutive monthly payments.
*** Discounts only apply to treatments carried out at the practice.
**** The Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme is a scheme established to offer support and assistance to dental plan patients who request treatment following a dental trauma and/or dental emergency or oral cancer. The Scheme responds to requests for assistance on a wholly discretionary basis. This means that whilst the Scheme aims to provide benefits in most cases, it has no obligation to provide any benefits unless it first decides (in its sole and absolute discretion) that it should provide a benefit. There are some circumstances in which the Scheme is not designed to help and these are explained in more detail in the Scheme Handbook. Each request will be looked at individually to assess the request for benefit. Certain restrictions and limitations may apply in the event that the request is accepted and it is possible that the Scheme will decide to provide no benefit.
Prices correct at time of going live.