Protection for both routine and preventative dental care for you and your
family. Two levels of cover and the choice of NHS or private treatment
puts you in control of choosing the right dental plan for your needs.
Why should I buy an NHS Top-Up Dental cash plan?
These are just some of the things that you will be covered for with your NHS Top-Up Dental cash plan.
Keep your teeth in tip-top condition with cover for routine dental treatments.
Reimbursement for incidents of acute pain, swelling or a dental haemorrhage requiring an emergency dental appointment.
Cashback for restorative dental treatments where the injury to the teeth has been caused by an external blow to the teeth, face or jaw.
Cover for treatment under the care of a recognised specialist for restorative treatment required as a direct result of oral cancer.
A lump sum after receiving treatment in an NHS hospital for a dental injury or restorative treatment as a direct result of oral cancer.
As with all Cash Plans there are certain things that are not
covered. For a full list of what isn’t covered, please refer to
the 'A Guide to Your Cash Plan' in the 'Download documents'
section below. It’s really important that we highlight these to
you before you join us.
Key exclusions include:
Any claims submitted more than six months after the treatment took place.
Any condition(s)/injury you had when you took out the Cash Plan (pre-existing conditions). This does not apply to General Dental Treatment.
Dental consumables and appliances such as mouth guards.
Cosmetic and aesthetic treatment, implants, veneers or treatment intended to improve the patient’s appearance, unless pre-authorised under the Dental Injuries or Restorative Treatment as a direct result of Oral Cancer benefits.
Treatment as a result of any sport or activity which is physically hazardous and requires a disclaimer prior to participation.
Any treatment for wisdom teeth unless performed in general dental surgery (not hospital).