A proven five-step process to move from NHS to private

If recent announcements around NHS activity targets and contract reform have left you struggling on a treadmill, you’re not alone. Practice Plan explains how a move to private practice could be the move you’re looking for.

After the experience of the past two years, many dentists are considering making a change and moving from practising NHS to private dentistry.

With activity targets back up to 85% and no real hope of a reformed NHS contract on the horizon, some are wondering whether remaining in the NHS will give them the work-life balance and job satisfaction they want.

Some may also have had a glimpse of what life in private dentistry is like during the pandemic. Despite the tough circumstances and stress of operating under restrictions, NHS dentists were also able to work at a slower pace and see fewer patients.

Proven process

Whatever your reasons, if you’ve started thinking about a different future and are ready to start exploring your options, we’re ready when you are.

We’ve helped hundreds of dentists move to private dentistry over the years. And we have developed a proven five-stage process to make the move successful.

It all begins with a conversation. Here we can discuss your individual circumstances to ascertain whether it’s the right move for you. It will give you every confidence you’re making a well-informed decision.

If it is the right move for you, then we can begin to move through our remaining four stages. You can watch the video above for more detail about each of the stages.


So, if you’re ready to talk about moving to private dentistry, then you get in touch with Practice Plan by calling 01691 684165, or you can sign up to one of the upcoming NHS to private one-to-one online clinics.

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