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NHS Dental Charges and treatmemt within two months

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Hi, I chipped a tooth about a month ago which has since had a filling. Just my luck, another tooth on the other side of my mouth chipped on Saturday. If I get an appointment within two months… Read More
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi,

I chipped a tooth about a month ago which has since had a filling.

Just my luck, another tooth on the other side of my mouth chipped on Saturday.

If I get an appointment within two months do I need to pay the second band of treatment again?

Also if I do manage to get an appointment but need another appointment and it's after the two month period, will I still be covered? (only reason I ask is that I needed two appointments for the first tooth that chipped, one for the assessment and one for the filling).

Thanks.
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
You are allowed further treatment in the same payment bracket for two months from the completion of the initial treatment. So, yes, you are covered.


Edited By: chocci on Oct 10, 2016 09:14
#3
Do not ask or take an emergency appointment as you will not be covered for this (happened to me)
#4
ILIKEBARGAINSME
Do not ask or take an emergency appointment as you will not be covered for this (happened to me)
true but the maximum charge is £19.70
#5
Make sure u see the dentist that did the first treatment if u dont expect to be charged again
#6
lynsaydyson
Make sure u see the dentist that did the first treatment if u dont expect to be charged again

eek, the receptionist said it would be a different dentist, thought this wouldn't be a problem.
#7
You should be okay.

But be sure to ask first.

Also, stop eating rocks.
#8
CaptainSocks
You should be okay.
But be sure to ask first.
Also, stop eating rocks.

:D
#9
They said because I booked in for another appointment with a different dentist (this Thursday) that I wouldn't be covered.

So I was told that if they book me with with my original dentist for next Monday, they will "try" to get my treatment record back?

I don't understand the issue here, it's as if she was making out that I had already gone to see a different dentist, I only made the appointment a few hours ago.

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