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We are delighted to be able to offer Low Rate Dental Finance at Far Headingley Dental Care.

Finance plans are available on treatment plans with fees of between £2,000 and £50,000. You must be over 21 years old and meet the terms and conditions required. For more information please visit our Dental Finance Page.

Low Rate Finance is available over a 3 year period.

If you are considering higher cost dental treatment such as dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and teeth straightening, our finance plans help you spread the cost of payment into smaller monthly amounts via direct debit.

Once you have a costed treatment plan you simply need to complete an online credit application, which one of our team can help you with in the surgery. Most applications are approved straight away, so that you can go ahead immediately to book an appointment for the treatment you want.

Far Headingley Dental Care is working with two reputable companies to bring finance to our patients. Chrysalis Finance Ltd is our credit broker and Shawbrook Bank Ltd is the credit provider.

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