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NHS Dental Charge for clean & polish - MoneySavingExpert ...
NHS Dental Charge for clean & polish 15th Jan 09 at 2:11 PM
I have been going to a private dentist for quite a few years but have just changed to an NHS practice.
I had a check up last month and was told all was ok but that I should make an appointment with the hygienist for a clean/scale and polish.
I was charged £16.20 for the check up, which is correct as per NHS charges.
I had my...
NHS Dental Charges 2017 Article | The Online Dentist
By The Online Dentist. 17th March 2018 No Comments
When you have treatment with a dentist on the NHS, NHS dental charges may apply. The NHS subsidise the treatment and standardise the costs across England and Wales. So if you are having NHS dental treatment in England or Wales, the fees will be the same wherever you go. For April 2018, the government have decided to increase the cost of dental...
Oral treatments and dental health › Routine Treatment ...
The NHS spends around £2.25 billion on dental treatment a year and patients only pay £550 million of this. So although it may not seem fair that you have to pay for dental treatment, the NHS still carries the biggest share of dental costs.
Are there some people who don't have to pay?
You will not pay for NHS dental treatment if you:
are under 18
are under 19 and in full-time education
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Bupa has its own network of dental centres
Bupa is a well-known name in healthcare both in the UK and overseas. The company recently celebrated its 70th anniversary, having been founded in Britain in April 1947.
Bupa has its own care homes, health centres and dental centres across the UK. It has been offering direct dental care...
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Do you need dental insurance? - Money Advice Service
Do you need dental insurance?
We all want to take care of our teeth. It makes good financial sense to get your dental treatment subsidised or free though the NHS. But if you can't go to an NHS dentist, or you need to have a great deal of work done on your teeth, dental insurance might be a good idea.
What are the options for funding dental care?
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Dentures (false teeth) - NHS.UK
Dentures are removable�false teeth made of acrylic (plastic), nylon or metal. They�fit�snugly over the gums to replace�missing teeth and eliminate potential problems caused by gaps.�
Gaps left by missing teeth can cause�problems with eating and speech, and teeth either side of the gap�may grow into the space at an angle. Sometimes, all the teeth need to be removed and replaced.
What are differences between NHS and private dentistry ...
What are differences between NHS and private dentistry?
Many patients are confused about the difference between private and NHS dental treatment so we have outlined some of the differences below. The common assumption is that private dentistry is more expensive but this may not always be the case and usually the service and treatment outcome you receive is better and...
Gum disease - Treatment - NHS.UK
The best way to treat gum disease is to practise good oral hygiene, although additional dental and medical treatments are sometimes necessary.
Good oral hygiene involves:
brushing your teeth for about two minutes last thing at night before you go to bed and on one other occasion everyday�-�it doesn't matter if you use an electric or manual toothbrush...
Could your dentist be destroying your teeth? - Telegraph
Could your dentist be destroying your teeth?
Antonia Hoyle was shocked to discover she has chronic gum disease, despite regular checkups with her NHS dentist. She is not the only one disappointed with the standard of dental care
Antonia Hoyle says that the NHS payments system is open to abuse Photo: Heathcliff O'Malley/The Telegraph
By Antonia Hoyle
7:50AM GMT 19 Jan 2015
What a shock it...
Date: 2018-04-01 21:01:06
NHS Direct Wales - Encyclopaedia : Gum disease
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Gum disease can be caused by a number of factors, but�poor�oral hygiene is the most common cause.
Poor oral hygiene, such as not brushing your teeth properly or regularly, can cause plaque�to build up on your teeth.
Your mouth is full of bacteria that�combine with saliva to form a sticky film known as plaque, which�builds up on your teeth.
When you consume...