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    So I've just received my HC1 form, and have £242.40 per dental treatment, I thought it meant my treatment are paid for as long as they don't go over this amount? Turns out it means as long as they go over it, that's when NHS pay for it, anything under, I have to pay myself. What even is life
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    So I've just received my HC1 form, and have £242.40 per dental treatment, I thought it meant my treatment are paid for as long as they don't go over this amount? Turns out it means as long as they go over it, that's when NHS pay for it, anything under, I have to pay myself. What even is life
    £242.40? Even the most expensive band of treatment is only £222.50 :s

    Have you completed the HC1? You'll then get either a HC2 or HC3 which will detail your support entitlement.

    http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/Healthc...ntalcosts.aspx
 
 
 
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