Private Patient Options
We offer an exceptional service for all our private patients. Some of the benefits of having private treatment independent of the NHS include:
- Convenient appointment times. Early morning and late evening appointments are available for our private patients
- Continuous treatment is available without having to wait for NHS funding
- Continuity of care with a highly experienced dentist
- A wider range of treatment choices and advanced quality materials used i.e white fillings and porcelain crowns
- Emergency appointments are freely available to all our private patients
If you are thinking about becoming a private patient with Lynn Road Dental Practice, there are two payment options available to you;
- Pay as you go: This means you pay for your treatment as you receive it at the end of each appointment
- Dental payment plan: Here, you pay into a monthly payment plan to cover your dental requirements as and when they arise
We are currently offering dental finance through DivideBuy, a reputable lender based in the UK. Click here to find out more, or speak to a member of the team.
DENTAL PAYMENT PLANS
We offer a choice of three different plans to help you budget for your dental needs, from as little as £19 per month.
Our plans offer you routine dental treatment at a fixed monthly fee.
A new patient to the practice can join Plan 1 straight away, and once finished your first course of treatment and you are dentally fit you may move up to plan 2, or with the advice of your dentist plan 3 if you wish.
Registered patients may join Plan 1 or 2 straight away, or with agreement from your dentist may join Plan 3 if you wish.
Should you require treatment not covered by your plan you are entitled to a 10% discount of the normal private fee for that item.
The payment is arranged as a direct debt from your bank account on a monthly basis.
Membership will be initially for one year. You may continue with the plan option after your first year.
If you cancel the plan at any point within the first year the practice will render the patient liable for treatment costs accrued but not covered by the plan payments.
This is not a dental insurance plan.