Adult Plans

What do the plans offer?

Plans that spread the cost of your dental care over a year are known as ‘capitation plans’.

You can sign up for treatment at different levels which include tiered benefits.

Our Membership Plan Options

Membership Table 2023

* Need to be dentally fit before you can sign up.

** Laboratory fee not included

Every practice plan also includes cover for dental injuries and dental emergencies on a worldwide basis.

How much does it cost?

That depends on the plan you choose and your oral health. The first 3 plans are simple (see above).

The Complete Plan involves having a full assessment and being placed in a risk category, from A-E, which would determine the monthly fee.

A registration fee of £10 per person will be payable by you and will be included in your first Direct Debit payment


Although non-routine services are available from the practice, some items fall outside the scope of the plan and are not covered:

  • Any cosmetic dentistry (such as teeth whitening, veneers, facial aesthetics)
  • Orthodontic treatment
  • Specialist treatment
  • Implants
  • Replacement of missing teeth (dentures, bridges, implants)

Treatment not covered by this plan can be paid for separately.

What else is included?

  1. As mentioned you get worldwide insurance cover for dental injuries and emergencies.
  2. Hospital cash benefit if under the care of an oral/maxillofacial surgeon.
  3. Cash benefit if diagnosed with oral cancer
  4. 24 hour access to a worldwide emergency helpline