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Maintenance Dental Plan

With our Dental Maintenance Plan you will benefit from:

  • Examinations by your dentist each year, including oral cancer screening
  • X-rays that are required as part of these examinations, or for on-going care
  • Hygiene appointments each year: these include scale and polish, periodontal advice and the use of preventative techniques to reduce decay and gum disease
  • Emergency assessment of any dental pain throughout the year, plus any temporary treatment required that can be carried out at our practice during normal surgery hours
  • All treatment planning for your future dental needs

We can also advise on a program of preventative care, which will help maintain and improve your oral health.

Top Tips

Be sure to brush your teeth twice a day and look after you gums between regular dental visits by flossing regularly.

We’ll also advise you on effective cleaning techniques, which are important in achieving the aims of preventative dentistry, and tips on diet.

Brush your teeth before bed to reduce the time germs and plaque can build up. Take your time.

Joining

Joining our Maintenance Plan could not be easier. After an initial examination your dentist will confirm your monthly or annual payment, based on the current condition of your teeth..

The contract with your dentist will then entitle you to the maintenance dental care, as well as the important benefits of preventative care.

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