About our plans
Our aim is to work with you to design a dental membership plan that perfectly fits you, your practice and your patients.
Firstly, your regional support manager will take the time to listen to and understand your unique circumstances, what you want to achieve, what makes your team tick, and the needs of your patients, so that we can be confident that we are working towards your goals.
Working with you, we will then undertake a full risk analysis and financial review to determine if the move is right for you, how much you should charge each patient (covering your hourly rate) and the size of patient base you need to generate the income you want.
If introducing a membership plan to your practice doesn’t stack up or isn’t right for you at the time, we'll tell you. After all, it's our job to make sure the switch to Practice Plan or your conversion to private practice is a success.
Types of plan
Whilst every membership plan is different depending on the practice and patients’ needs, typical plans we currently provide are:
Adult and Children's Plans - These plans could incorporate a dental exam and hygiene visit every six months with a discount on most treatments, say 20%. Annual adult plans with one dental exam and one hygiene visit are also popular.
Practice Membership Plans - These plans are designed to provide a membership system for private patients, allowing them to become a member of the practice to ensure treatment. Under this plan, patients would pay for their dental examinations and hygiene visits, typically at a discounted rate set by you.
Family Plans - This plan allows family members to join under the same plan. This means the family only needs to make one payment per month and you can offer discounts for additional members.
Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme
When a patient becomes a member of one of your dental plans, they will become eligible to request assistance from the Worldwide Dental Emergency Assistance Scheme (the Scheme) in the event they suffer a dental trauma, dental emergency or are diagnosed with oral cancer.