Dental Insurance Plans

    • Call us on 0800 171 2055* or get a quote online

    • What's dental insurance?

      The health of your teeth can sometimes take a step back, especially with the cost of some dental treatments and check-ups.

      Our dental insurance helps take that stress away and help keep your teeth and smile healthy. From check-ups to crowns, our plans can help you manage the cost of your dental health day to day or even when you need that extra bit of work.

      There are 2 levels of dental cover that can help you pay for the following:

      • Routine dental treatments – check-ups, dental x-rays and hygiene treatments.
      • Remedial or restorative treatments – fillings, crowns and dentures.
      • Unexpected remedial or restorative dental treatments, including cover for mouth cancer.
      • Worldwide cover for dental accidents and emergencies.

      But it doesn’t stop there. By being an AXA PPP healthcare member you get access to our health professionals over the phone, including nurses, midwives, pharmacists and counsellors.

    • How does our dental plan work?

      Using your dental plan is simple.

      Tooth Receive covered treatment from either an NHS or private dentist depending on
       your level of cover.

      Form_img Complete the AXA PPP healthcare dental claims form and return it to us with the
       original dental receipts.

      Money   Receive money back for all eligible claims up to the allowances stated in your

      To see what isn't covered and the different levels of cover that are available go to
      what's covered or to find out how affordable our plans are then click get a quote or call us on
      0800 171 2055*.

    • *Calls may be recorded and/or monitored for quality assurance, training and as a record of our conversation
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      - Choose the Dental and Optician Cash back Add-on and receive:

      - Cover for 80% of dentist charges, up to £400 a year

      - Cover for 80% of the cost of prescription glasses and contact lenses that you need to correct your sight, up to £200 a year

      - An additional £25 each year for an eye test.