Denplan Excel Accreditation
Each year the practice undergoes an audit of our procedures and standards to allow us to receive the Denplan Excel accreditation.
Denplan Care is a really easy way to spread the cost of all of your routine treatment into affordable monthly payments, reducing the chance of receiving unexpected dental bills. This plan will cover your regular check-ups and hygiene visits with your dental team, as well as any restorative treatment you may need. It does not cover missed appointments nor short-notice cancellations. As with all our plans, Denplan Care also includes worldwide dental injury and dental emergency (Supplementary Insurance).
Denplan Essentials is an easy budgeting plan that covers you for the foundations of your dental care, helping to stop problems before they start.This plan covers you for your regular check-ups and hygienist visits, as well as including worldwide dental injury and dental emergency cover (Supplementary Insurance)
How are my fees set?
Although Denplan collect your payments, your fees are actually set by your dental team. When you first joined Denplan, your dentist will have chosen a fee category for you based on your oral health needs. Your dental team may then review the amount you pay due to changes in your oral health, or due to their business costs, professional regulations or inflation.
Who can tell me more about my fees?
To find out more about your fees and your current payment plan, speak to your dental team. You could give them a call, or even pop in to see them, there’s no need to wait until your next appointment. They will be able to tell you more about your payments, and the care that you’re currently entitled to receive as part of your payment plan.
Learn more about your Denplan fees.
Your Denplan monthly fees are set by your dentist and are based on your oral health, and the treatments you’re likely to receive in the future. They’re also determined by your dental practice, and its running costs which vary from one practice to another.
Why might my fees change?
Your dental practice may review their fees from time to time, in line with business costs, professional regulations and inflation.
Your fees can also increase in relation to the amount of treatment you need over a period of time, as they are designed to reflect your oral health needs.
The best way to find out why your fees have changed is to speak to your registered dentist. They will be able to talk you through your plan and ensure that the care you are receiving is the best option for you.
Who collects my payments?
Denplan collect your payments, and forward them directly to your dental practice. This saves your dental team spending time on paperwork and administration, leaving them free to give you the best possible dental care.
Why do I pay extra for specialist/referral treatment?
At some point your dental team may refer you to a specialist for treatment, such as an orthodontist or oral surgery expert. As your payment plan contract is between you and your registered dentist, it only covers the care you receive from them and certain members of their dental team.
As specialist treatment is not a part of your regular care with your registered dentist, they will not have taken it into account when setting your Denplan fee.
Does claiming on my Supplementary Insurance affect my fee?
Making a claim on your Supplementary Insurance that is included in your Denplan payment plan doesn’t affect your payments.
However, if your oral health changes as the result of a dental injury, you may need an increased level of care in the future, and your dentist may review your fee.
Denplan Implant Upgrade Cover
For added peace of mind.
Denplan Implant Upgrade Cover provides payment or reimbursement towards dental implants in the event of a dental injury resulting in tooth loss (from an external blow to the mouth), and can be added to your Denplan payment plan:
For just £1.99** per person each month.
For this small fee you’ll be covered for up to a maximum of £20,000 per incident and £2,100 per dental implant fixture following a dental injury.