Pay in full
You may pay the balance of your treatment in full at the start of the treatment.
Treatments with bespoke plans such as Dental Implants or Invisalign will have costs broken down as various stages are completed. A deposit will need to be paid to start the treatment, with the remaining balance spread over the course of the treatment. The exact cost and timings will be confirmed at the treatment planning stage.
Take advantage of a 0% interest-free option. The maximum term is 12 months. You can also extend this to a maximum of 60 months, but there is an APR charge of 9.9%. You can use our handy Dental Finance calculator to work out your monthly repayments on both options.
What treatments can I pay for using Dental Finance?
You can apply to Dental Finance for any private treatment costing more than £500. Your monthly payments will depend on the amount you borrow and the repayment term you choose.
Can I calculate the amount I'll be paying back?
You can use our Dental Finance calculator to see at-a-glance the monthly payments you will need to make once you have received a quotation at your consultation.
What happens if I fail to make a payment?
When you agree to pay for your treatment via Dental Finance, you’ll know exactly how much you’ll be paying each month. If you fail to meet a payment on any particular month, you could be charged a fee.
If you’d like further information or have any questions, please feel free to call Dental Finance on 03452 591091 or email email@example.com, where they’ll be able to answer any questions and queries you may have.
Can I pay any outstanding amount at any time, even if I've opted for a 60-month repayment plan?
You can pay any outstanding costs at any time throughout the duration of your agreed terms. It is always best to check with Dental Finance prior to making the payment so you know exactly how much you have outstanding on your initial agreement.
How much can I borrow under Dental Finance?
This depends on your treatment type and your circumstances, as well as a credit check. Dental Finance will assess your treatment costs and advise you accordingly.
If I'm registered under the NHS for treatment and choose to opt for private treatment, will I be taken off the NHS register?
Having any private treatment is a personal choice and will not affect your NHS status. You’ll still be entitled to have treatment under the NHS if you are eligible and opt to have private treatment such as Invisalign or Dental Implants at any time and you pay for this in addition to any NHS treatment you may be receiving. It’s always best to notify your dentist if you’re thinking of having any private treatment so they can advise the best route for you.