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Dental plans made simple

From just £9.55 a month, Simply Dental Plans cover routine care, treatments and emergencies, with no minimum contract.

Claim back on your Dental costs in 3 easy steps
 

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1. Visit your chosen NHS or private dentist, pay and request an itemised receipt.

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2. Submit your itemised receipt online, via the SimplyPlan app, or send it to us by post.

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3. Leave the rest to us! You’ll get your costs back, typically in 3 days into the bank account of your choice.

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LEVEL 1

DENTAL PLAN

£9.55

a month


Claim back up to £280 per year, (per person) towards these benefits:

  • £45 for dental check ups
  • £35 for scale and polish
  • £200 for treatments

Plus up to...

  • £500 for emergency visits
  • £5,000 for dental accidents and more
  • £50 for NHS hospital stays per day / night
  • £5,000 for mouth cancer cover (one off payment)
  • No minimum contract

 

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LEVEL 2

DENTAL PLAN

£15.92

a month


Claim back up to £540 per year, (per person) towards these benefits:

  • £75 for dental check ups
  • £65 for scale and polish
  • £400 for treatments

Plus up to...

  • £500 for emergency visits
  • £5,000 for dental accidents and more
  • £50 for NHS hospital stays per day / night
  • £5,000 for mouth cancer cover (one off payment)
  • No minimum contract

 

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LEVEL 3

DENTAL PLAN

£22.56

a month


Claim back up to £800 per year, (per person) towards these benefits:

  • £105 for dental check ups
  • £95 for scale and polish
  • £600 for treatments

Plus up to...

  • £500 for emergency visits
  • £5,000 for dental accidents and more
  • £50 for NHS hospital stays per day / night
  • £5,000 for mouth cancer cover (one off payment)
  • No minimum contract

 

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LEVEL 4

DENTAL PLAN

£28.87

a month


Claim back up to £1,060 per year, (per person) towards these benefits:

  • £135 for dental check ups
  • £125 for scale and polish
  • £800 for treatments

Plus up to...

  • £500 for emergency visits
  • £5,000 for dental accidents and more
  • £50 for NHS hospital stays per day / night
  • £5,000 for mouth cancer cover (one off payment)
  • No minimum contract

 

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What's covered?

  • Check ups

    We will pay up to 100% of the cost of check ups, including examinations or investigations and x-rays
     

  • Scale and polish

    You get up to 75% of your money back for the cost of a scale and polish performed by a dental clinician
     

  • Treatment

    We will pay up to 50% of the cost of dental treatment including crowns, bridges, fillings and dentures as well as for anaesthetic fees, laboratory fees and dental technician fees

     

  • Dental accident cover

    You can claim up to 100% of the cost of treatment required if your teeth are damaged in an accident, providing treatment is sought within 30 days

  • Dental emergency visit

    If you are in severe pain or need to see a dentist urgently you can claim back up to 100% of the cost of treatment and emergency call-out fees

     

  • Dental hospital cover

    We will pay you £50 each day or night, up to a maximum of 20 days or nights each claiming year, if you are admitted to an NHS hospital for dental treatment, following a referral

     

  • Mouth cancer cover

    If you are diagnosed with primary mouth cancer by a specialist you will receive a one-off payment of £5000 to help you at this difficult time, for the lifetime of your policy

     

  • Worldwide cover

    Dental accident cover and dental emergency visit apply to UK residents on holiday anywhere in the world, for any trip with a duration of up to and including 28 days

In addition, you can currently claim back PPE costs charged by your dentist in relation to any dental visit or treatment covered by your plan up to annual limits.
Annual limits apply to each benefit, per person, per level chosen.

Things we'd like you to know

What's not covered?

  • Pre-existing conditions or treatment identified in a qualifying period are not covered
  • The timing of your last dental check-up affects the treatment you (or anyone covered under the policy) can claim for
  • If you (or anyone covered under the plan) have not had a dental check-up within the two years prior to taking out the plan, any treatment identified at your first check-up after joining will not be covered
  • If you (or anyone covered under the plan) have had a dental check-up within the two years prior to taking out the plan, you will not be covered for any treatment that is already planned, started or is recommended by your dentist either prior to joining or during the three month qualifying period
  • After a three month qualifying period, primary mouth cancer cover is provided. Cover will not be provided if you (or anyone under the policy) have been diagnosed with any mouth cancer or are having investigations prior to joining or during the three month qualifying period
  • Cosmetic or aesthetic procedures, orthodontic treatment, dental implants and veneers are not covered. Only treatments that are clinically necessary will be covered. 

Other

  • Inner limits apply to crowns, bridges, inlays and onlays
  • If you are in an accident and your teeth are damaged after completion of the three-month qualifying period, you can claim 100% of the cost of permanent or temporary treatment required (up to £5,000 a year), providing dental attention is sought within 30 days (dental accident cover).

 

3 month qualifying periods

Dental treatment, accident and emergency benefits and mouth cancer cover are available once your plan has been in place for three months

What's a pre-existing condition?

A condition is pre-existing if:

  • You had symptoms of or knew about the condition before you joined the policy, or a dental clinician planned or recommended treatment for the condition before you joined the policy, or you have not had a dental examination in the 24 months before you joined the policy.
  • If you have not had a dental examination in the 24 months before you joined the policy, we will not pay for any treatment identified as necessary, planned, or that you receive at the first dental examination by a dental clinician after you join the policy.
     

What's an itemised receipt?

To make a claim on your dental plan you will need to request an itemised receipt from your dentist which clearly shows:

  • the name of the patient
  • the details of the practitioner or establishment
  • the service or treatment that they have provided
  • the date of the service or treatment
  • the amount paid, itemised to show the cost of each individual treatment
     

Policy terms and conditions

What should I do if I need to cancel?

If you need to cancel your policy, just call the Customer Options team, or complete the online form within the contact us section and someone will give you a call back.

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