Payment plans to make our treatments even more cost-effective.*
Wytes is partnering with trusted financial services brand Hitachi Capital (UK) to offer our patients a variety of payment options. We are often able to offer interest-free finance – over six, 10 or 12 month periods – for treatments that cost more than £500.
And we may be able to offer repayment options over a longer period for treatments over £1,000 – with a 9.9% APR for up to 60 months (five years). We can work out the most suitable payment option for you when you come to our dental practices. All finance options are subject to acceptance and terms & conditions.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Here are some finance plan examples:
Finance Example 1
Finance Example 2
Finance Example 3
PLEASE NOTE: This example is given as an illustration only. All finance options are subject to acceptance and terms & conditions.
Who is eligible?
The criteria that patients must meet to apply include:
Please get in touch with Wytes to find out more about these criteria.
* All finance plans are subject to acceptance and terms & conditions.
Wytes is a credit broker authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority FRN 654205 that has a commercial relationship with the lender Hitachi Capital (UK) plc. We are unable to provide independent advice. Finance available to UK residents aged 18 and above. Credit subject to status. Terms and Conditions apply. 0% APR Representative.
How do I apply for finance?
After treatment costs are agreed, we’ll ask you to complete a credit application online.
Which treatments are included in finance plans?
All treatments over £500.*
How do I find out the best payment plan for my circumstances?
We help to work out the best plan for your situation and show you the options using a payment calculator.
Do I have to pay a deposit?
You will need to pay a deposit. The amount varies from patient to patient and depends on the treatment.
How do I make the monthly repayments?
You make payments by Direct Debit – to be taken out of your nominated bank or building society account.
How do I find out more information?
Please contact Wytes with further questions.