We welcome new patients on a pay-as-you-go basis and arrange one-off consultations. These visits enable us to assess your initial treatment planning and the needs for your long-term dental care. If appropriate, and with most patients it is, we provide care plans which will entitle the patient the following benefits:
Norton Village Care Plan - £13.20 per month*
Just look at what you can gain from becoming a member!
Every six months, our members are entitled to:
- A dental appointment, including a clinical examination, a check for signs of oral cancer and routine x-rays
- A hygiene appointment to provide a full clean of the teeth and gums and advice on how to keep your mouth healthy.
- 20% discount on any laboratory-based treatments required, i.e. crowns, bridges and dentures.
- 20% discount on any fillings.
- 20% discount on many other treatments (extractions, etc).
- 20% discount on additional hygiene care.
Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme****
- Eligibility to request assistance following a dental trauma and/or dental emergency or oral cancer.
Norton Village Care Plan Plus - £18.75 per month*
Patients of the Norton Village Care Plan Plus include the same benefits as the Norton Village Care Plan but members are entitled to a hygiene appointment after three consecutive monthly payments, therefore entitling patients to up to four hygiene appointments per year.
Norton Village Denture Plan - £4.56 per month*
Our Norton Village Denture Plan includes the same benefits as the Norton Village Care Plan but your appointments are limited, you will receive a dental appointment after twelve consecutive monthly payments, therefore entitling patients up to 1 dental appointment per year.
* Please note, an initial administration fee of £9.50 will be collected with your first plan payment only.
** Appointments are subject to the relevant consecutive monthly payments.
*** Discounts only apply to treatments carried out at the practice, exclusions apply.
**** The Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme is a scheme established to offer support and assistance to dental plan patients who request treatment following a dental trauma and/or dental emergency or oral cancer. The Scheme responds to requests for assistance on a wholly discretionary basis. This means that, whilst the Scheme aims to provide benefits in most cases, it has no obligation to provide any benefit unless it first decides (in its sole and absolute discretion) that it should provide a benefit. There are some circumstances in which the Scheme is not designed to help and these are explained in more detail in the Scheme Handbook. Each request will be looked at individually to assess the request for benefit. Certain restrictions and limitations may apply in the event that the request is accepted and it is possible that the Scheme will decide to provide no benefit.