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5 big reasons why Practice Plan should support you to leave the NHS

If you’re looking to make the move to private dentistry or leave NHS dentistry altogether, then we are your natural partner. We can assess your situation, and support you every step of the way, onwards into the future. Check out the five main reasons why we should be your first choice when making a full or partial move towards independence…

01 experts

02 dedicated processes

03 replace your NHS income

04 specialist financial advice

05 support for the long term

We’ll support you every step of the way

We're the NHS to private experts, with a proven process backed by an experienced team and wealth of support. The process is simple and you are in control at all times. We will always take things at a pace that suits you. The key stop-off points are below, but we'll explain them in more detail when we meet.


Is a move to private dentistry right for you?


Exploring the financial side


Choosing how to inform your patients


Support before the move


Help to keep moving forward

Don't worry, we understand each practice is different. That's why you will find that we will insist on a no-obligation review of your practice to ensure that a move away from the NHS is right for you. If it isn't, we won't hesitate in advising you against the move from NHS to private dentistry.

Featured Stories

Making a full or partial conversion with Practice Plan.
Select a person to hear how they made a successful move from NHS to private dentistry.

Karan Rishi

Owner and Principal Dentist of Eccleshill Dental Practice

“I felt between a rock and a hard place”

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Helen Louden

Principal Dentist at Corbridge Dental Practice

“We didn’t want to compromise on patient care”

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Simon Thackeray

Owner of Thackeray Dental Care

“You’ve got your entire life around a business”

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Ways in which we can help…

We understand that there is a lot to consider; this is a big decision to make and you might not be quite ready to contact us yet. With this in mind, we’ve set out some more detailed information below to help you start to think through some the big factors when considering a move to private care.

How to make a successful move from NHS dentistry to private practice

Join Nigel Jones, Michelle Hardy and Craig Walsh to find out all the key things you need to know about converting from NHS to private dentistry.

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Your 1-2-1 NHS to private conversation

Our conversion experts are here to help you assess your current situation and consider your options, providing you with all the information you need to make a better-informed decision and evaluate your options out of the NHS.

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The inside story: On-demand webinar

Watch Anthony Davies, Helen Louden and Simon Gallier share their experiences of making the move from NHS to private dentistry.

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Specialist financial advice – tailored to dentists 

If you’re looking to explore your options outside of the NHS, our colleagues at Wesleyan Financial Services, who are specialists in the dental sector, can help you to review your finances ahead of the change.

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