Everything You Need To Know About Our Membership Plan

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At Forward Dental, we understand the thought of visiting the dentist can be daunting, but with our friendly dental team and monthly membership plan, we aim to make visiting the dentist easier than ever, spreading the cost and reducing the financial burden. In this blog, we will take a look into our membership plan, what’s included, what’s excluded, the cost of being a Forward Dental member and our vision with the scheme. 


Table of Contents

  1. What’s included in the plan
  2. What’s excluded in the plan
  3. Costs of the plan
  4. How to get started


What’s included in our membership plan?

The primary goal of this membership is to make your routine examinations and hygiene appointments regular and easier to budget for, helping you achieve better, long-term dental health. Regular appointments mean that our dental team can find any issues as soon as they arrive, making them easier to treat and ensuring they don’t require more intensive treatment in the future.

As a loyalty for joining the membership, you will receive 10% off general dentistry such as fillings, dentures and crowns.


What’s excluded from the membership?

While we would love to offer all our treatments in our membership package, there are certain treatments that extend beyond. 

We plan and quote separately for larger treatments, such as orthodontics, implants, full-mouth rebuilds, and complex root canals, as these treatments can involve multiple appointments and are more complex procedures. Full quotes are always given and discussed before any work begins to ensure a full understanding of prices and duration, so you can be confident about your appointments. 


How much does the membership cost?

We recognise that visiting the dentist can be an expensive experience; this is why we have helped to create an in-house membership plan. 

Our prices start from £5.17 per month.

As for children between the ages of 5-15, we offer a separate plan which is based on two visits per year and includes the use of a Fluoride varnish, which has been shown to reduce decay rates significantly. 


How to set-up your membership

Should you decide to join our membership scheme, your dentist will discuss with you how often you need examinations and hygiene appointments each year to work out how regular your appointments will be.

A member of our front-of-house will then help you complete the paperwork required; there is a joining fee of £10 for adults and £2 for children under 15. You will be sent an email, and within 2 weeks of your last check-up, you will need to set up direct debit payments through GoCardLess. 

Once this is all done, alongside our assistance all you need to do is make sure your appointments are scheduled.


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