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Do NHS dentists charge for emergency appointments when you paid for treatment the week before?
1st of all massive hugs as i know the pain well. if you go to the same dentist for emergency treatment it will not cost you anything. if you go to an out of hours service you will be charged band 1 rate. i do hope you are out of pain soon. i had that done 2 weeks ago and a tooth removed yet...

What type of degree do you need to become a dentist?
Dental School: Academic PreparationQ. Do I need a bachelor's degree? A. No. However, a degree is strongly recommended because it affords the individual with a broad, liberal education. A degree also provides one with a major field of study, on which to build, if dentistry turns out to be a...

Dental hmo or ppo?
Ok first off, an HMO is usually cheaper. Most dental plans are nothing like health plans so be careful. 90% of plans are what they call 100-80-50 plans 100% coverage for preventative, cleanings xrays etc, 80 for basic, fillings.., and 50% major. As in crowns dentures, the big ticket items....

What do you do when your dentist bo longer accepts your insurance?
You either stay with the dentist you have now and pay everything out of pocket or search for another office that does take your insurance. The most common reason why a dentist no longer accepts a certain dental plan is the reimbursement level is too low, the insurance company takes too long...