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Membership Plans & Fees

AT TREETOPS DENTAL SURGERY

Membership Plans

Treetops Denplan Membership

We understand that we are still in very uncertain times and a large majority of people are looking at how they can budget better. Our Denplan payment plans allow our patients to continue to prioritise their dental health, even in the current economic climate. 

Denplan is the UK’s leading dental payment plan provider, be assured you are in safe hands with both Treetops and Denplan. These options are available for all of our patients. 

The Denplan monthly payments provide the opportunity to budget for your dental health, giving you a clear view of your dental costs whilst saving you money in comparison to pay-as-you-go. 

Being a member of Treetops Denplan is the most cost-effective way to receive private treatment from your clinicians. Over 70% of our patients are already benefiting from the savings and peace of mind Denplan at Treetops provides for them!

What Denplan options are available?

Denplan Essentials

from £11.50

 Denplan Essentials gives you an easy and affordable way to spread the cost of your routine preventative care, in addition, you will receive up to a 10% discount on restorative dental treatment. Patients are invited to join Denplan Essentials following their initial examination. Our monthly fees start from only £10.29 and you can come to each examination and hygienist appointment, confident that your care has already been paid for. 

Denplan Essentials also works seamlessly with our worldwide dental injury and dental emergency cover (Denplan Supplementary Insurance), which you can add to your plan for just 60p per person per month. If you accept our Denplan Invitation at your initial consultation, your new patient fee will be reduced. Please ask reception for further details.

Denplan Care

from £21.81

Denplan Care gives you an easy and affordable way to spread the cost of your routine preventative and restorative dental care.  Your plan removes the worry of sudden, unexpected bills by spreading the cost of your care for the year over 12 monthly payments.

 

 Our monthly fees start from £20.19. Patients are invited to join Denplan Care once they are deemed dentally fit.  If you would like to come to each appointment, confident that your routine and restorative care has already been paid for, then Denplan Care could be the option for you. If you accept our Denplan Invitation on your initial consultation, your new patient fee will be reduced. Please ask reception for further details.

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How much could you save on your care?

We recently calculated the treatments received by one of our Denplan Care patients over the past 12 months and we can share that they saved £3,161.92 by being a member of Treetops Denplan Care! 


The fees our patient paid over this period equated to £385.08. If they had been paying privately, as a pay-as-you-go patient, the cost of the treatment would have been £3,547.00

In addition to the routine treatment, this patient also received restorative and preventative treatments - in this case, bridgework and periodontal therapy.

Fee Guide 2024

  • What is an implant?
    The implant is a high tech plug that replaces the root of a tooth when it fails. Just like a tooth root, it is placed into the jawbone using state of the art equipment and techniques and is made from super-strong biocompatible titanium – to which your jaw bone will eventually bond to, once your jaw has bonded to the implant, a prosthetic tooth can be screwed into your implant. Implants are a safe, well-established treatment. It’s probably true to say that implants, much like natural teeth, will last for as long as you care for them. How well you look after your implants – and whether you go for your regular maintenance appointments – will have the biggest impact on how long they will last. If you don’t look after your implants they will develop a coating similar to what you get on neglected natural teeth. Left untreated, this can lead to gum infection, bleeding, soreness and general discomfort. You could get all these problems with natural teeth however just like natural teeth, if your implants are well looked after, and if the bone they are fitted to is strong and healthy, you can expect them to last for many years. However, just as with other surgical implants (such as a hip replacement) there is no lifetime guarantee.
  • Can anyone have an implant?
    Implants can only be considered for healthy mouths – so some patients may find that the process of getting implants will first require other dental work, such as bone grafting, gum surgery or orthodontics, if this is the case we would refer you in-house to one of our other clinicians for this treatment, we would ensure this process would be a seamless patient journey. To book an appointment at Treetops Dental Surgery for an initial consultation to assess your suitability for implants just call on 01902 842 555
  • How long does it take?
    It can vary between 3-6 months depending on the complexity of your case, this will be discussed with you during your consultation.
  • Are implants safe?
    Yes, dental implants are a well-established treatment, supported by over 30 years of clinical evidence and a 95% success rate or higher. Implants actually improve the health of your jaw.
  • Is the process uncomfortable?
    Treetops Dental Surgery pride ourselves on making our patients as comfortable as possible and Implant surgery is so high tech the majority of our patients have reported it is no worse than having a filling however if there is any discomfort, this can just be managed with basic medication used to treat basic aches and pains.
  • How quickly can I go back to work?
    We recommend you take it easy on the day of surgery, however the next day just return as normal, if you are experiencing any discomfort this should be minimal, so can be managed with normal painkillers.
  • Can nervous patients have implants?
    Treetops Dental Surgery offer a wide range of options for nervous patients, including sedation, please make us aware if you are feeling nervous and we can discuss this with you at your consultation so we can put a plan of action in place going forward.
  • A fun fact
    It is believed that archaeological findings indicate that dental implants were found in France as early as 300BC! The implants were crude and lacking the technology of today, however the idea of implants has been in existence for a very long time.
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We are delighted to also be able to offer our patients interest free finance over a 6 to 24 month period.  In addition, following requests from patients we also offer interest bearing credit over a 36 - 60 month period.  A large number of our patients have expressed how easy the application procedure is and how extremely quickly the acceptance comes through.

How do I apply?

Once your treatment plan and costs have been agreed, you’ll be able to complete an easy-to-use online credit application.

What can I use it for?

You can use our finance options for just about any treatment we provide, although they’re particularly suited to cosmetic, restorative, orthodontic and dental implant treatments.

What’s the minimum and maximum I can finance?

Our range of finance facilities cover any treatment which costs over £350* and up to a maximum of £50,000.

What if the cost of treatment changes?

We will let you know as soon as the situation arises. Should treatment costs increase, you can, depending on the amount, choose to have an additional finance option to cover the extra costs, subject to further credit status and affordability checks. If costs decrease, options can be discussed with the credit provider.

Who is the credit provider?

Treetops Dental Surgery and Medenta Finance Limited are credit brokers and not lenders. All credit is provided by Wesleyan Bank Limited which acts as the lender. Wesleyan Bank and Medenta Finance Limited are part of the Wesleyan Group of companies.

For more information about the Wesleyan Group of companies, visit www.wesleyan.co.uk/legal-disclaimer

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