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    bg1: cost to visit dentist

    if you over 18+ and unemployed (not seeking JSA), how much is it usually to visit the dentist.

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    nhs.uk/chq…742

    NHS dental charges

    The three NHS charge bands are as follows:
    Band 1: £16.50. This charge includes an examination, diagnosis and preventive advice. If necessary, it also includes X-rays, scale and polish and planning for further treatment.
    Band 2: £45.60. This charge includes all the necessary treatment covered by the £16.50 charge, plus additional treatment, such as fillings, root canal treatment or extractions.
    Band 3: £198. This charge includes all the necessary treatment that is covered by the £16.50 and £45.60 charges, plus more complex procedures, such as crowns, dentures and bridges.
    Edited by: "ilovepink" 29th Oct 2010

    BG1 what happened? Stocks/Acting went t!ts up?
    Edited by: "micoo" 29th Oct 2010

    check up or problems? i think 15quid for check up... im not sure though.... errm really should listen when hubby talks!

    I'll do it for free if you want.

    Hmm....pay money...or Ice Skate to the face....pay money....or Ice Skate to the face....

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    About tree fiddy.


    Or was it tooth hurty?

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    About tree fiddy.Or was it tooth hurty?



    oh noz!!

    BG if you dont have a regular income/no income you can apply for a card (I believe it's either a HC 2 or HC 1) which either exempts you from dentist fees or gives you reduced payments depending on a low income set rate.

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    t0mm

    BG if you dont have a regular income/no income you can apply for a card … BG if you dont have a regular income/no income you can apply for a card (I believe it's either a HC 2 or HC 1) which either exempts you from dentist fees or gives you reduced payments depending on a low income set rate.


    thanks, mate do you know were I can get this form online?

    Are you registered with an nhs dentist?

    If not find out the nearest nhs dentist to you who is taking on new patients

    If you have no money or on benefits then most of the time its all free...your dentist can advise all of this

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    I think people need to give the bloke a break. Lost has finished now and the recession has hit us all. Good luck OP

    black gerbil1

    thanks, mate do you know were I can get this form online?


    Dont think theres a form online mate, I had to search it on the NHS site and they sent me one first class. Although I found out I didnt need it cause I'm still full time edu.

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    black gerbil1

    thanks, mate do you know were I can get this form online?



    you can't. Some are available from chemists though, depending which you need. The information is in the links i posted above.
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