Dental Implants from as little as £13.00 week.

Orthodontic Treatment from as little as £20.20 week.

Patient Finance Available:

  • Makes treatment instantly affordable – by spreading the cost, you can have the treatment you want, when you want it, on a repayment plan to suit you.
  • Greater choice of treatments – treatments are made more affordable so you can access a wider range of options, choosing the one perfect for you.
  • Payment terms to suit you – with a range of credit and payment options available, you can choose the one best suited to their circumstances.

Please see the table below for finance examples with payments spread from 12 to 36 monthly instalments:

Treatment Cost Term (months) Deposit APR Monthly Payment Total Payment
£1900 18 £570 0% £73.89 £1900
£1900 24 £570 0% £55.42 £1900

What treatment qualifies for 0% Finance?

For treatments from £500 to £1,000, you will be able to apply for 0% finance. You will also need to be over the age of 18, but not necessarily a current patient at the practice.

What is the most I can borrow?

Options are available to typically, borrow between £500 to £20,000 subject to a credit application. This may be filled out at the practice, with a decision provided, in some cases, on the same day.

How do I repay the dental loan?

As with most other credit agreements, your dental treatment will be paid off in affordable monthly instalments collected by Direct Debit.

How do I apply for a dental loan?

Once you have discussed and agreed treatment with your dentist, we will be able to make the credit application on your behalf. Once approved and processed, you will receive written confirmation from the credit provider. We may then commence treatment.

Can I use finance for more than one dental treatment?

Yes, you may apply for finance for any treatment over £1000

Please feel free to read the Finance Brochure by clicking here.

*The Smiles of New Forest is a credit broker authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority that has a commercial relationship with the lender Hitachi Capital (UK) PLC and as such is unable to provide independent advice.