We understand that going ahead with cosmetic dentistry can mean a substantial investment in you. We can offer some excellent options to help you spread the costs.
A full breakdown of costs will be provided with a treatment plan at the cosmetic consultation or your routine examination. All prices quoted are inclusive of VAT. Payment is required for treatment that has been provided on that day. For treatment that takes two visits, such as veneers, we ask for 50% at each appointment.
Written quotes are available on request from Mouth Matters.
1. Credit Card Payments
We accept all major credit cards, bank drafts and cash.
2. Interest Free Finance
If you choose to pay 10 equal monthly repayments over 10 months, it is completely interest free.
3. Low Interest Finance
Now at a very competitive rate of 9.9%, you can spread the cost over 1-5 years.
Written quotes are available on request.
Finance is offered through Hitachi Capital and is subject to status/credit check. All clients need to do is decide how much finance and which option they require, complete the form with their personal details and return with proof of signature such as passport or driving licence (can be a photo copy but ideally to be seen on the day of application). Finance can be approved within as little as 12 hours (occasionally a case may be referred to the underwriters and the client will then need to supply them with a pay slip and three months worth of bank statements) The money is then paid directly into our bank account and the clients repayments to the finance company begin 30 days afterwards. Patients can chose to do either part finance or their full treatment plan; however the cost must be over £1000.
To be eligible clients:
- must be over 18
- must be uk resident (preferably for more than 2 years)
- must have permanent uk address
- must provide 2 years worth of address history
- must have at least one fixed telephone contact point
- must be in present occupation for at least 3 months
- must not be students
Mouth Matters is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority