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Have private dentist, don't suppose all free now pregnant?

(7 Posts)
Madamecastafiore Thu 25-Apr-13 18:45:53

Doubt it but hoping all the same!

AmandaPayneAteTooMuchChocolate Thu 25-Apr-13 18:48:31

Nope. All as normal. Only NHS treatment

Sorry

IAmJacksRagingBileDuct Thu 25-Apr-13 18:52:43

No sorry only NHS treatment is covered by the maternity exemption.

SourSweets Thu 25-Apr-13 20:26:55

You might be lucky, I have been with the same private dentist for years and he's not charging me while I'm pregnant.. But he is just a very nice man! Hopefully yours is too...

fiorentina Thu 25-Apr-13 21:00:05

My dentist switches me to nhs during pregnancy and then back again afterwards. Worth asking!

Madamecastafiore Thu 25-Apr-13 21:08:31

Balls not sure he does any nhs work at all.

Thanks chaps, nothing to be lost by asking I suppose.

cyclecamper Thu 25-Apr-13 21:48:12

I went to my dentist 2 weeks ago and he said he was NHS registered and could treat me on the NHS for the next year. When I phoned Denplan to cancel, they said that I could re-start the policy within a year with no penalty. So I guess it depends whether your dentist is NHS registered.

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