Financing Options for Your Dental Care
There are a number of financing options to help you and your family. You can choose saver plans which allow you to save for your treatment and have it fully paid for over a period of time. Or, if you need or want immediate treatment, you can apply to have it financed through our partner Flexfi system. If you're in doubt as to what's most suitable, get in touch and a member of our staff will be happy to discuss this with you.
Get treated now and spread the cost of your treatment over time.
T&Cs Apply. There is no fee for early repayment. Your credit can be affected if you do not keep up repayments.
What can be financed?
All treatments over €80.
Can I claim this back on my tax return?
Up to 20% can be claimed back from the Revenue Commissioners for certain dental treatments with a Med 2 form. You can claim relief for non-routine dental care but not routine dental care. The Med 2 form is given to patients once their treatment is completed and they have paid in full. Anyone eligible for the Garda medical aid can receive up to €1700 in assistance for orthodontic treatments.
The following list contains the non-routine dental care costs that you can claim tax relief on:
This information is the most current at time of publishing. See the Revenue site for the most up-to-date information. You can find that here. Get in touch if you have questions or need more information.
- veneers or Rembrandt type etched fillings
- tip replacing
- gold posts or fibreglass posts
- gold inlays: a smaller version of a gold crown. You can only claim relief for gold if they are made outside the mouth. Relief is allowed for inlays made from materials other than gold
- endodontics - root canal treatment
- periodontal treatment for gum disease: root planing (including curettage and debridement) and gum flaps; chrome cobalt splints (but not if it contains teeth); and implants (including bone grafting and bone augmentation)
- orthodontic treatment: provision of braces and related treatments.
- surgical extraction of impacted wisdom teeth
- bridgework: an enamel-retained bridge or a tooth-supported bridge.