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Our dental insurance can protect your piggybank, and your teeth, against rising dental costs. Learn more about the benefits of dencover, below
Cover starts from £6.00 per month - that’s just 20p per dayStart your quote
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A range of 5 dental plans to choose from –starting from just 20p per day!
The shortest qualifying period for restorative dental treatments vs other insurers
Immediate cover for check-ups, x-rays and hygienist visits
Family dental cover available - includes extended family members – up to 4 adults and 4 children
100% reimbursement for check-ups and x-rays (up to annual maximum)
Worldwide A&E cover
A free choice of dentist – NHS or private
A simple claims process - your money is sent straight to your bank account!
Whether you have dental insurance in place or are setting up for the first time, we can help. Tell us, are you:
dental cover?We can offer:
Already covered by
another type of plan?Dencover can offer you:
Protection against ever increasing dental charges
Extensive cover for major and unexpected dental treatment including: crowns, bridges and root canal
The freedom to visit any dentist of your choice in the UK
Cover from just 16p per day!
What do you mean when you say ‘Start claiming’?
This is the set amount of time you'll need to wait before you can claim for certain treatments. For example, you can claim towards check ups from day one on your policy but will need to wait 2 months before claiming for a filling.
How are dental claims paid?
Once we receive a valid claim, we will re-pay your costs according to your policy entitlements straight into your bank account.
Can I use my policy straight away?
Yes, you're able to use your policy from day one to claim for check ups and scalings.
Can you pay my dentist for me?
You need to pay your dentist first for the treatment you've received and then submit your claim along with proof of payment to us.
We’ve got a lot more useful questions and answers on our FAQs pageCheck them out