There are a variety of dental treatments that are offered by the National Health Service (these are treatments that have been deemed necessary to maintain and protect good oral health) – If you are unsure if a treatment is available on the NHS please check with your local NHS dentist.
Some examples of treatments that are on the NHS:
Can I have Dental Implants on the NHS?
Dental implants are unlikely to be funded on the NHS system. There are exceptional circumstances where dental implants may be placed on the NHS for example in the following situations
- Oral/facial reconstructive treatment due to a severe facial trauma to two (or more) teeth
- Rehabilitation patients with congenital birth defects – for example missing teeth from birth (hypodontia), cleft palate
Thankyou for a very professional dental procedure.
When I came to your practice for possible implant surgery, Kelly explained the procedure very thoroughly and made it seem a possibility.
Further consultation with yourself ensured that the procedure was within my financial limit.
Your treatment has been exemplary and your practice has offered a professional service, always friendly and approachable.
My implant has been a resounding success and I will forever be in your debt.
I am unsure what my options are?
If you are unsure about having dental implants on the NHS, the best thing to do is to ask your local NHS dentist and if you cannot have them we offer free consultations to examine and discuss all your options – including an affordable treatment plan to suit your needs!