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Your membership plan

We firmly believe in a preventive approach to dental care. Looking after your teeth with regular check-ups, hygiene treatments and preventive advice can negate the need for expensive treatments down the line. That’s why most of our adult patients are registered with one of our membership plans.

If you’re not already a member, and you’d like to register with us, the first step is always a Dental MOT. Think of it as “the ultimate check-up”. Before joining one of our membership plans, we would work with you to stablise any urgent issues in your mouth (if required).

Our membership plans

Each membership plan includes all of the basics (see below). That means you won’t need to pay for your regular health assessments (check-ups), x-rays and hygiene treatments.

The membership plans are designed to suit different care needs.

If you require further treatment, we give you a full explanation of your treatment options and associated fees prior to giving you a written estimate.  It is imperative that you fully understand the options presented to you, so that you can make an informed decision. 

We will discuss the best plan when you join as a new patient based on your needs. Existing members can change their plans at any time following a discussion with their dentist.

Summary of our membership plans

We offer five different membership plans for adults, always selected based on your individual dental care needs. The plans and their benefits are summarised as follows, with further details on each, as well as on Children’s Dentistry, available below:


Care
Plan
Monthly
Fee
Oral Health Assessments
with your dentist, per year
Hygiene appointments
per year (Airflow*)
Dental HealthPlan 1£14.2511
Dental HealthPlan 2£18.7512
Dental HealthPlan 3£24.7522
Dental HealthPlan 4£31.7514
Oral HealthPlan
(for those with dentures)
£8.251n/a

Our plans all include access to emergency appointments (fees apply), X-rays as required, 20% discount to our private fee scale, access to our 24-hour helpline, and, whether you’re at home or away, cover for dental accidents and emergencies via the global dental emergency scheme. All of our hygiene appointments include innovative “Airflow” treatment. In the extremely rare circumstances where this treatment isn’t suitable for you, we can provide alternative hygiene treatments.

Dental HealthPlan 1 (£14.25 per month)

This is our most popular plan. Our Dental HealthPlan 1 members usually have a low risk of dental problems and healthy gums, we have included an annual Airflow ‘treat’ment.

Practice membership
One oral health assessment with your dentist per year
One Airflow hygiene treatment per year
Radiographs (x-rays) as required
At least 20% discount from the private fee scale (except implant, ortho and Gentle Aesthetics treatments)
Access to emergency appointments (fees apply) and out-of-hours cover for emergencies
24-hour helpline for dental emergencies at home or abroad
Eligibility to request assistance from the worldwide dental emergency assistance scheme (details in your registration pack)

Dental HealthPlan 2 (£18.75 per month)

For those who prefer an additional hygiene appointment every year, Dental HealthPlan 2 is a great option. Includes one oral health assessment with your dentist and two plan Airflow (GBT) hygiene treatments per year.

Practice membership
One oral health assessment with your dentist per year
Two Airflow hygiene treatments per year
Radiographs (x-rays) as required
At least 20% discount from the private fee scale (except implant, ortho and Gentle Aesthetics treatments)
Access to emergency appointments (fees apply) and out-of-hours cover for emergencies.
24-hour helpline for dental emergencies at home or abroad
Eligibility to request assistance from the worldwide dental emergency assistance scheme (details in your registration pack)

Dental HealthPlan 3 (£24.75 per month)

This is the best option if you like to have two dental check-ups and two hygiene treatments per year, Airflow included if suitable. We also recommend this plan if you have a high risk of dental problems.

Practice membership
Two oral health assessments per year with your dentist
Two standard hygiene treatments per year with your dentist
Radiographs (x-rays) as required
At least 20% discount from the private fee scale (except implant, ortho and Gentle Aesthetics treatments)
Access to emergency appointments (fees apply) and out-of-hours cover for emergencies
24-hour helpline for dental emergencies at home or abroad
Eligibility to request assistance from the worldwide dental emergency assistance scheme (details in your registration pack)

Dental HealthPlan 4 (£31.75 per month)

This plan is perfect if you like to see your hygienist every three months, and your dentist every twelve months. Hygienist appointments include Airflow treatment.
Practice membership

One oral health assessment, with your dentist, per year
Four hygiene treatments per year (Airflow if suitable, otherwise standard hygiene treatments).
Radiographs (x-rays) as required.
At least 20% discount from the private fee scale (except implant, ortho and Gentle Aesthetics treatments)
Access to emergency appointments (fees apply) and out-of-hours cover for emergencies
24-hour helpline for dental emergencies at home or abroad
Eligibility to request assistance from the worldwide dental emergency assistance

Oral HealthPlan (£8.25 per month)

This plan is for patients who wear dentures and it focusses on the health of the mouth.

Practice membership
One oral health assessment with your dentist per year
Radiographs (x-rays) as required
At least 20% discount from the private fee scale (except implant, ortho and Gentle Aesthetics treatments)
Access to emergency appointments (fees apply) and out-of-hours cover for emergencies
24-hour helpline for dental emergencies at home or abroad
Eligibility to request assistance from the worldwide dental emergency assistance scheme (details in your registration pack)

Your child’s membership

If you are a practice member, your children will also be able to access dental care at our practice. Children are seen on the NHS and are therefore treated free of charge right up until they turn 18.

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