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NHS

At Duston Dental Practice, we offer the full range of NHS dental treatments. NHS dental care exists to maintain the oral health of the population and eliminate the presence of dental disease. For you, this may mean regular check ups at intervals specific to your individual needs, fillings, treatment of gum disease or the fitting of crowns and bridges, amongst other things.

NHS dental care is arranged into 3 bands of treatment, each of which has a set fee.

Band 1 treatment: - This charge includes an examination, diagnosis and preventive advice. If necessary, it also includes X-rays, scaling and planning for further treatment.

Band 2 treatment: - This charge includes all the necessary treatment covered by the band 1 charge, plus additional treatment, such as fillings, root canal treatment, treatment of gum disease or extractions

Band 3 treatment: - This charge includes all the necessary treatment that is covered by the band 1 and 2 charges, plus more complex procedures, such as crowns, dentures and bridges.

For more information, visit www.nhs.uk

Do you qualify for free NHS dental care?

Free NHS dental care is available if, when your treatment starts, you are:

- under 18
- under 19 and in full-time education
- pregnant or you've had a baby in the 12 months before treatment starts

You can also get free NHS dental treatment if, when the treatment starts or the charge is made:

- you or your partner (including civil partners) get Income Support, Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance, Income-related Employment and Support Allowance or Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
- you are named on, or entitled to, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
- you are named on a valid HC2 certificate

If you are named on a valid HC3 certificate, you may get some help towards the cost of your NHS dental treatment.

For more information, please visit www.nhs.uk

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