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Our guide to making dental treatment more affordable

At Bachelors Walk Dental we strive to provide you with the best treatment possible, but we are also aware of the financial implications for our patients.  We don't want cost to be a barrier to your improved oral health or the beautiful smile you've been dreaming of.   So we have several payment options for you.
"Pay As You Go"
Lots of patients simply pay for their treatment as it is completed.  We don't generally ask for full payment  "up front", although some of our treatments may require a deposit before proceeding.  You will be provided with an itemised estimate at the start of your course of treatment, and if it suits you to pay in this manner, that's absolutely fine.

Practice Plan
This is a simple, flexible way to pay for your dental care.  For a small monthly payment we provide you with a comprehensive maintenance, prevention and treatment programme which includes: 2 extensive examinations 2 or 4 hygiene appointments Dental x-rays as required Eligibi…

Managing Dental Anxiety

We seem to be a nation of worriers. Stress heads. Walking bags of anxiety. A recent survey found that 85% of UK residents regularly feel stressed out. These days there's a lot to worry about.

But nowadays, dental treatment really doesn't need be one of them.  Dentistry has moved on leaps and bounds since those dark old days of the school dentist.
However, we understand the genuine fear and anxiety some patients may have, so we have come up with some advice that we hope will help.
Don't put off booking that appointment!
Don't leave it until you are in pain to book an appointment with us. By attending regularly we can diagnose any issues early and nip them in the bud with some straightforward, simple treatment, reducing your risk of developing toothache. Regular visits also help you become more familiar with the practice which can help reduce your stress levels.  It may also be useful to book appointments first thing in the morning to avoid feeling anxious all day.  
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