Denplan

Denplan

Denplan provides the majority of dental treatment necessary to maintain oral health. A dental assessment is made so that the price you pay is dependent on the “health” of your mouth. It includes the following treatments when clinically necessary Check-ups, hygiene appointments, X-rays, fillings, preventative advice, extractions, crowns, veneers and many more dental procedures.

Denplan Care –  Average monthly fee £48.63 – Patients need to be assessed to determine exact costings

Benefits at a glance

  • Worldwide Emergency dental care
  • 24 hour emergency dental helpline
  • All routine dental care and treatments
  • Monthly payments to help you budget
  • Tooth coloured fillings

This is the most popular monthly membership plan, it covers all your routine dental care and treatment including check-ups, x-rays, white fillings etc. It also includes dental insurance should you have an emergency whilst you are on holiday. This is the most popular membership choices as it helps patients to budget month by month.

Denplan Essentials – Average monthly fee £19.12 – Patients need to be assessed to determine exact costings

Benefits at a glance

  • Worldwide Emergency dental care
  • 24 hour emergency dental helpline
  • Ongoing preventative care
  • Monthly payments to help you budget
  • 10% off routine dental treatments

This is a monthly payment plan which entitles you to complementary check-ups, x-rays and hygiene visits. This enables your dentist to prevent complex and expensive dental problems before they happen. You will also get 10% off your routine dental treatment such as white fillings or root treatment etc.

Denplan for Children – from £14.51 per month

Benefits at a glance

  • Worldwide Emergency dental care
  • 24 hour emergency dental helpline
  • Ongoing preventative care
  • Monthly payments to help you budget
  • Tooth coloured fillings

This is a fantastic way for children to get private dental care from an early age. This monthly payment plan entitles your child to routine dental care such as regular check-ups, hygienist services, x-rays, white fillings and plenty of oral health advice and instruction. Keeping your child dentally fit isn’t that difficult or expensive but it can make a huge difference to how they feel about themselves. Dental problems can contribute to lifelong oral and general health issues however, many are preventable which is why looking after their oral health is important. Good habits adopted at an early age reap benefits for a lifetime.