We are now able to offer our patients access to two interest-free finance options for treatment costs over £350 and up to a maximum of £50,000. You can spread the cost over six or ten months, making your dream smile more affordable. Whether that be for the Invisalign you have always wanted, or the dental work you have needed to be have done for a while.
Who can benefit?
Almost anyone, if you are older than 18 and younger than 80 and you are a UK resident, subject to status and usual credit checks. You do not have to belong to a dental plan or be a regular visitor. Our receptionist can go over the application with you over the phone, to see if you are eligible.
What can I use it for?
Any treatment that we offer that is over the value of £350.
How do I make repayments?
Much like other finance facilities, you repay them in monthly payments, over the agreed term. These payments are collected via direct debit.
How much will I pay?
With our intreat-free offering, you will only pay the cost of your treatment. There are no hidden costs!
How do I apply?
Once your treatment plan and costs have been agreed, you will be able to complete an easy-to-use online application online. Speak to our receptionists if you would like to apply.
How long does approval take?
The application only takes a few minutes to complete and then approval will be instant. You will then have a mandatory 14 day ‘cooling off period’ after which your treatment can be booked in.
Who is the credit provider?
Taverham Dental and Medenta are credit brokers and not lenders. All credit is provided by Wesleyan Bank limited which acts as the lender. For more information visit www.wesleyan.co.uk/legal-disclaimer
What if the cost of treatment changes?
We will let you know as soon as the situation arises. Should treatment costs increase, you can, dependant on the amount, choose to have an additional finance plan. This will be subject to usual credit checks.
If the treatment costs decrease, this can be discussed with the credit provider.
How often can I use the facility?
You can apply for finance with each course of treatment, subject to the usual checks.