Dental plans for patients
What we do
DPAS administers and manages dental plans for dental practices and patients. All our dental plans are tailored to the specific needs of the individual dental practice and its patient base, meaning that these plans can only be accessed through dental practices with DPAS administered plans in place.
Who are the dental plans for?
The scope of the plans varies from practice to practice, but they are all intended for patients who wish to attend their practice on a regular basis and have peace of mind that their routine dental treatment is covered.
The dental plans are designed to reward loyal patients, who will have their regular care planned in advance, providing them with the best chance of staying dentally fit and reducing the need for future treatment.
What are the benefits of a dental plan?
- Spread the cost of your preventive care with affordable monthly payments
- Early identification of dental problems to prevent pain, discomfort and inconvenience
- No unexpected extras or surprise costs
- Eligibility to request assistance from the Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme
- Membership card with 24 hour dental helpline numbers for dental emergencies at home or abroad
- Guaranteed registration with the practice and continuing access to your dentist
How do I join?
Joining is very simple. All you have to do is complete a registration form and Direct Debit mandate. If you choose to leave the dental plan for any reason you can do so by simply giving one month’s notice.
To register onto a DPAS administered plan in response to a letter from your dentist please click here. You will need your patient code, as stated in your letter, to enable you to begin the registration process.
Need more information?
If you don't already have a dental plan, speak to your dentist to find out whether the practice has a range DPAS administered plans in place, what the plans cover and how much they will cost.
If you already have a DPAS administered dental plan through your dental practice, click here for more information on how you can request assistance from the Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme. If you are dissatisfied with the service provided in relation to the Scheme, follow this link on how to make a complaint.
Get in touch
To find out more about our services or to arrange an appointment with your local DPAS Business Development Consultant, get in touch via the link below:
Click on the link below for information on what to do in the event of a dental emergency.