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Full Care Plan

With one fixed monthly payment, the Full Care Plan covers all of your dental health needs. 

The exact payment will reflect your previous treatment history and is set once your oral health assessment, conducted by our dentist. 

With this single payment each month you will be covered for any treatments subsequently required, including your twice-yearly examinations, hygiene appointments, as well as any fillings or extractions that may be advised to maintain your dental health. 

If a crown or a denture becomes necessary then you will be asked to pay the technicians fee, but your regular monthly fee will cover everything done for you by our dentist. 
The only exception is that treatments requested that are purely cosmetic will be charged.

Conditions

The Full Care Plan for adults can only be offered once you have been assessed and you are deemed orally fit to join. Any pre-existing treatments will be need to be completed before your plan commences, or will be exempt from the plans going forward.

Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme (The DEAS)

The DEAS may provide the following benefits:

Emergency Temporary Treatment
Cover is provided for a patient requiring emergency temporary treatment administered by a registered dentist other than at the plan patient’s registered dental practice. *

Dental Injury/Trauma
If a plan patient sustains a dental injury/trauma, benefit may be paid for the cost of treatment up to the limits defined within The DEAS. Treatment must be carried out by the dental plan patient’s registered dentist. *

Hospital Benefit
If a plan patient is admitted to hospital as an in-patient following emergency treatment or dental injury/trauma, The DEAS may pay a benefit for each complete 24-hour period. *

Oral Cancer
If a plan patient is diagnosed with oral cancer, The DEAS may pay a benefit of £2500. *

For more details and full terms and conditions, download our dental emergency assistance scheme document

 

A regular dental check up is important because they help keep your teeth and gums healthy. You should have a regular dental visit at least every 6 months or as recommended by your dental professional.

What happens at your bi-annual dental visit?

There are 2 parts to a regular dental visit – the check up and cleaning.

At a check up you mouth will be checked for cavities and X-rays might be taken to detect cavities. The exam is a check for any damage caused by a build up of plaque and tartar (which is thickened plaque). You cannot remove tartar with brushing and flossing. If plaque and tartar build up on your teeth, they can cause oral diseases.

Your gums will also be checked for any space appearing between your teeth and gums; and a careful review of your tongue, throat, face, head, and neck. This is to look for any signs swelling, redness, or possible signs of cancer. After your teeth are scaled, they may be polished. Your dental professional will use floss to make sure the areas between your teeth are clean.
Brush your teeth before bed to reduce the time germs and plaque that can quickly build up. Take your time, moving the brush in circles to remove plaque. 

Top Tips between Trips

Be sure to take care of your teeth and gums between regular dental visits. will form on your teeth, but by brushing and flossing regularly you will minimise its impact. 

Quick facts about a regular dental check-up

•    Regular visits help to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
•    Your overall oral health is monitored for any trouble areas. Visits twice each year help to catch any issues as soon as they appear, which can make any treatment deemed necessary or simpler easier
•    You should have a regular dental visit at least twice a year or as recommended by your dental professional.