At Abbey Dental Clinic we offer simple, flexible ways for you to pay for your dental care. For a small monthly payment we will provide you with a comprehensive maintenance, prevention and treatment programme which will include:
Your dental health is crucial to your general wellbeing and physical appearance. Using our Membership ensures that your general dental health is taken care of. We will contact you when you are due to attend your next appointment ensuring the following is taken care of:
Joining is really simple. All you have to do is complete the direct debit mandate and registration format reception. The monthly amount will be collected on the 1st of every month. Direct Debit is simple, safe and a great way of budgeting for your essential dental needs and of course you are covered by the direct debit guarantee.
Our dental plan is administered by Denplan (Simply Health) who are the UK’s leading provider. When you sign up to our plan you will be given a copy of your contract and a Denplan Essentials Booklet which contains all the information you require. Included in your membership plan is a supplementary insurance, all the details of this are also noted in your booklet. Once your details have been processed by Denplan you will receive a welcome pack from them directly which is sent to your home address.
Your monthly payment will be shown as Denplan. Our dental practice name will not appear on your statement as we have contracted Denplan to administer our membership plan.
You should contact Denplan directly by telephone on 0800 401 402 or online via their website www.denplan.co.uk/mydenplan
You can give notice to end your contract by simply by contacting the practice & Denplan. We require 21 days notice for this.
A: Don’t panic! It’s never too late to get back into a healthy dental routine. All of our dentists will be happy to welcome you with a big smile to our practice. We will do our best to put you at ease and carry out your dental appointment in a relaxed and friendly environment. Our aim is to make your experience as relaxed and comfortable as we can.
A: In a perfect world your dental hygienist would love to see you every six months but, depending on your oral health, it could be less or more. Regular professional cleaning will remove plaque and tartar, combined with looking after your teeth and gums properly at home, this will help keep your mouth healthy.
A: There could be a number of reasons for this: a build-up of plaque, gingivitis or certain medications can make your gums bleed. The best thing to do, of course, is see your dentist!