We want to ensure everyone can afford the orthodontic treatment they need and deserve, which is why we are committed to finding a finance plan that suits your budget. We have 0% finance available for any treatments over £600. Our finance plans are offered through Hitachi Capital.
If you would like to apply for finance, simply contact us to arrange an appointment. Late night appointments are available on request.
What do you need to bring?
If you have booked an appointment to discuss finance options and payment plans with us, please bring the following:
- Either a UK driving licence or a utility bill as proof of residency
- Bank card in which direct debits will be taken from
Are you eligible?
To be eligible for consideration for finance facilities, patients must:
- be 18 or older;
- be in permanent paid employment* or retired and receiving a pension, or be a house person with a partner in permanent paid employment or be self-employed;
- be a resident in the UK (or a British Crown Dependency if approved by Hitachi Capital) for a minimum of 12 months;
- be able to provide acceptable proof of address (except where the goods and/or services are to be delivered to their residential address) and proof of signature;
- make payments by direct debit;
- be purchasing the goods and/or services for personal use and not for business use.
*Permanent paid employment is classed as an occupation where the customer is working more than 16 hours per week; this also includes someone who is in receipt of a permanent pension or personal benefit, e.g. an invalidity or incapacity benefit.
Who is not eligible for Hitachi Capital finance?
The following applicants would not be eligible for Hitachi Capital finance:
- Unemployed people;
- Temporary / agency workers;
- Childminders working from home, unless they have a registered child minding business;
- Foster carers (with no other paid employment) are not acceptable unless partner/spouse is in permanent employment (16 hours per week minimum);
- Students (other than trainee nurses and doctors) even if working 16 hours or more per week;
- Supply teachers (unless the applicant’s fixed term contract expires after the end of the term of the agreement).