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Hello Everyone

This is my first post and I have no idea what to do I am a retired Widow on Pension Guaranteed Credit and have an NHS Dentist doing a new pallet with teeth for me as my others no longer fit. He has not offered to remove some broken teeth as he said they do not do that now, yet I explained that one hurts when I eat on the broken bits and he has not offered cleaning.

 

What exactly am I allowed to have done free when on Pension Guaranteed Credit please. I thought cleaning was definitely one of the things. Presume things like crowns and bridges are out of the question.

 

Thank You for any replies.

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Iam unsure of the english NHS but in Scotland pension credit entitles you to complete free treatment with an NHS dentist although you may need to give a ref: no of your benefits.

Iam sure in England there will be some sort of financial help for pension credit but unsure what.

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