Our Membership Plan

What is the Hexham Dental Clinic Membership Plan?

Our Membership Plans are the most convenient and cost-effective way to pay for your routine dental maintenance care at the practice. Starting from as little as 25p per day, you will be able to budget for all of your routine care with a simple monthly direct debit.

We offer a range of Membership Plans to suit all of our patient’s oral health requirements and budget. Why join one of our Patient Plans, there are many benefits of joining one of our Patient Plans:

  • More cost effective than visiting on a Pay-As-You-Go basis
  • Convenient payment by monthly direct debit
  • Reduced risk of oral disease and the need for treatment
  • 10% off routine and cosmetic treatments*
  • 2 X-rays per year as clinically required
  • Peace of mind through a supplementary Worldwide Dental A&E Cover (see details
    below)

Are there other ways to join?

Joining is quick and simple by setting up a monthly direct debit to cover the cost of your Membership Plan… there are a number of ways you can join:

  • In practice, come and see our reception team and we will fill in the form for you.
  • Over the phone, call our reception team on 01434 603759.
  • If you are an existing NHS patient you will have received a letter from us with a paper mandate, please complete and return in the freepost envelope provided.

Join online it’s quick and simple!

An £8.00 registration fee will be collected with your first month’s payment (a registration fee is not charged when a child joins our children’s plan). Collections by direct debit will be taken on, or shortly after, the 1st  of each month. Worldwide Dental A&E cover benefit.

Our Dental Plans include access to a Global Dental Accident and Emergency Assistance Scheme. The Scheme is established to offer support to patients who request assistance or treatment following an accident, a dental emergency, are diagnosed with mouth cancer or who become unemployed following redundancy.

Whilst the scheme aims to provide benefits in most cases, the scheme is a wholly discretionary scheme, not an insurance scheme. It has no obligation to provide benefits and the scheme manager will look at each request individually to decide whether or not to provide benefits.

Further details are available from the practice or you can visit www.globaldentalscheme.co.uk to find out more.