We don’t want finance to be a barrier to your dental treatment and we offer a wide range of interest-free finance packages tailored to your individual needs to help spread the costs of your dental treatment.
If you would like to know more about the 0% interest finance options, please speak to your Dentist or visit the Get Dental Plans website to see which insurance would suit your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some frequently asked questions about finance options available to you for your dental treatment:
Yes, but it is particularly useful for cosmetic dentistry, orthodontic work and implants. You can borrow any amount from £500 upwards, subject to status. You need to be over 21 to apply, and you must have lived in the UK for at least 3 years.
This will depend on the amount you borrow, the amount you contribute initially and the term of the loan. The staff at the practice will show you, completely without obligation, the scheme available for you to pay for your treatment.
A deposit is not required, but if you want to pay one and so reduce the amount you borrow, this is completely up to you.
The practice staff will provide a simple application form to you for completion. This will only take a few minutes. The information is transmitted to the lender immediately and a reply is usually received by return. Credit is subject to status. When approved, you can either sign a credit agreement that the practice print for you, or have it emailed for you to complete at home.
Immediately – as soon as the credit agreement has been signed
Repayments are made by monthly direct debit, starting one month after you sign the credit agreement.
A statutory ‘cooling off’ period of 14 days after signature means you can cancel the credit agreement with no cost to you. However, if you have started any treatment which would have been financed, you will have to make other arrangements to pay for it.
The finance is arranged through Dental Finance-
Financing First Ltd, Company No. 4114714 t/a Dental Finance, credit broker (not a lender).
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.