This NHS Dentist in Oxford has a new and modern premises which is located next to the John Henry Brookes building on Headington road. Oxford is a historically famous city, which is extremely popular for its history, as well as its prestigious university.
Do you offer a variety of payment plans at your NHS Dentist in Oxford?
Payment is of course only required for private patients, each treatment is differing with price, depending on the extremity of the treatment ( for example a filling to veneers or crown work). If you are unable to pay for your dental treatment with one lump sum, there may be monthly finance options available. In order to apply for a finance plan you may need to complete a straightforward online credit application, this can be assisted by someone at our practice, which you can then finish in the comfort of your own home. You can borrow a variety of costs, from as little as £350 for a minor surgery, to the utmost of fifty thousand pounds, for more severe treatments. In order to apply for this monthly finance plan you must have lived within the United Kingdom for three years, and be over twenty one years of age. The cost of repayments will vary greatly from each patients treatment, you will be aware of the price of your repayments before you start your finance plan. The level of repayments will be lower if you are able to pay a deposit. If you change your mind and decide you no longer want to follow through with the finance plan, you may cancel within the time period of two weeks. The finance plan is able to be put into action immediately, after all the necessary documents are signed.
How much are the dental fees if i do not go privately?
If you decide to not go privately with our surgery, the costs will be substantially lower. Within these prices consist a level hierarchy of band prices. Within band one it covers an initial examination, x-rays, a cleaning of the teeth (including polish and scale) as well as covering more than one appointment for this treatment. Band two will cost around £63 In comparison to the small cost of around £20 for band one. Band two will cover everything within band one, as well as minor treatments such as fillings or tooth removal. Band three course of treatment is the most costly and covers crowns, bridges and dentures, this is around the range of £270 and is the most expensive form of treatment. Band four emergency is as little as £20, making it affordable for even our students.
What do we offer at NHS dentist in Oxford?
At our surgery within Oxford we provide a large number of highly professional, qualified, and skilled dental professionals which prioritise the care of their patients. We offer the best level of dental work and treatment, and do not compromise on quality whether it be with private dental healthcare, or with the National Healthcare service. It is often believed that we only provide dental work to students of the university, as well as professors and other members of staff, however this is not the case. We also provide dental healthcare to members of the city of Oxford. We have been members of the BDA (Good practice association) for ten years.