Dentist Care


I am a Carer for my partner who has MS.

I am trying to find out please, what happens financially; when it comes to my Dental Care now please?

Do I now have to pay for it now please? I am really in need of getting a dentists asap :frowning: but really cant afford to pay their prices privately.

Be grateful for any/ all advice given…



Can you not find a NHS dentist in your area.My partner is my carer and we both have an NHS dentist but we still have to both pay the NHS charges.

Anon, these may help answer some questions - NHS Low Income Scheme (LIS) - NHS How to find an NHS dentist - NHS Good luck.

I’ve got medicare insurance, and it covers a significant part of dental services. However, if you can’t afford it, you can apply to NHS. Still, if the problem is severe and requires surgery, you’ll have to join the waiting list. Therefore, if I had an emergency, I would prefer to be seen privately rather than waiting for an NHS dentist. It’s up to you what to chose. Anyway, do you know if ms patients can get dental implants? I’m in the early stage of the disease, and it’s pretty tricky to maintain the fit of my denture. I appreciate any help you can provide.

I was also in a very bad financial situation. I didn’t have enough money to make my teeth qualitatively. But I have had problems with my teeth since I was a little, which greatly bothers me. I wanted to have a beautiful smile. I envied the people who could make their teeth so high quality. Every time I went to state clinics, everyone behaved a bit ugly and did nothing good until the end. In the end, I went to the Fairview dentist for a consultation. I was pleasantly surprised by so much kindness. I correctly explained my financial situation and ultimately found a common decision. The health of our teeth matters a lot. So try to find a common denominator with a dentist from a private clinic.