Finance

The cost of orthodontic treatment to provide you with an attractive and confident smile need not stop you from going ahead. Our practice has teamed up with Medenta, one of the largest and most respected names in the provision of finance for Orthodontic treatments.

A 0% loan will enable you to get the treatment you want - the right treatment for you - and pay for it over a period that suits you. With no interest charged whatsoever. As with any financial commitment, you may have some questions to ask:

  1. Who can benefit?
    Just about anyone over the age of 18. You don't have to belong to a private dental plan.
  2. What can I use the loan for?
    Although the loan can be used to pay for almost any type of Orthodontic work, it is particularly suited for private treatments. However, if you are not sure whether it's right for your treatment then please ask Bev Webster, practice manager.
  3. How much can I borrow?
    You will be able to borrow as much as you need to pay for your orthodontic treatment. This will be subject to a quick "on-the-spot" credit check. Most patients' applications are approved there and then, so you can go ahead and schedule your treatment immediately.
  4. How do I repay the loan?
    Much like any other loan, you repay it in affordable monthly payments over an agreed period of time. These payments are collected by Direct Debit.
  5. How much will I pay?
    You pay the cost of your treatment - no more and no less. Interest-free means just that.
  6. What are the repayment terms?
    Bev will be able to go through the various terms with you; usually a period of 18 months is preferable, but longer terms are available depending on cost of treatment.
  7. How do I apply?
    Once you've agreed on a course of treatment and its cost, Bev will make the credit application on your behalf. As soon as the credit check is completed and the loan processed, you'll receive a written confirmation from the credit provider. It's really quite simple.
  8. Does my application cover my family as well?
    No - each eligible member of your family will have to make their own credit application. You can, of course, make an application in your own name if the treatment is for one of your children.