Due to current improvements to the Practice, the membership plan is changing. The changes simplify the plan for you and also make sure you are not paying for any services that you do not require, making it more personal to you.
The new Teeth for life program is as follows;
How much will you save?
Care plan 1 will cost you £35 per month. Alternative cost £41.50 (£498 per year) Saving £78 plus discounts
Care plan 2 will cost you £25 per month. Alternative cost £30.10 (£373.20 per year) Saving £61 plus discounts
Care plan 3 will cost you £20 per month. Alternative cost £26.50 (£318.00 per year) Saving £78 plus discounts
How do I know what plan I should be on?
Your Dentist or Hygienist will inform you at your next visit as to what care plan you should be on. This is based on your personal oral health.
The main differences in the care plans are the minutes included with the hygienist, the minutes you require are based upon the health of your gums. Gum conditions can vary across individuals, the contributing factors can include; Genetics, life style and cleaning regime.
The Hygienist helps with conditions such as gingivitis/ Perio- disease. These conditions are the most common reason for eventual tooth loss. Visiting the Hygienist on a regular basis as recommended by your Dentist will help keep your teeth for life.
What will happen to my old plan?
At your next visit to your Dentist or Hygienist, they will re-asses your Oral health and advise you as to what care plan you should be on. Your existing plan will be cancelled and you will be put on to the new simple plan. Please note, no changes will be made unless you have agreed to it.
What is a Care Package?
Our care packages are tailor made around you as an individual and will include dental aids to enable you to maintain Gold Standard Oral heath. The Packages include aids such as; Tooth brushes, interdental brushes, single tufted toothbrushes, mouthwash (the contents of your care package will vary depending on your personal needs)
What are routine Xrays and why do I need them?
Routine Xrays are a requirement by the Dental Association. Xrays enable your Dentist to see what is happening beneath the surface of your enamel. By taking routine Xrays we decrease the occurrence of extracted teeth by treating you before the problem is irreversible.
What do I need to do next?
If you are new to the Practice care plans, ask a member of our team today and they will book you in for your assessment with the Dentist, they will then discuss your care plan and sign you up to the relevant level. Payments are taken monthly by direct debit.
If you are already a plan member, your Dentist or Hygienist, they will re-asses your Oral health and advise you as to what care plan you should be on. Your existing plan will be cancelled and you will be put on to the new simple plan.
Please note– PAY AS YOU GO OPTION IS ALSO AVAILABLE TO YOU
If you would like to discuss this further, please feel free to contact a member of our team today and they will be happy to answer any other questions you may have.