People automatically entitled to free NHS dental treatment in Scotland are: children under 18 years of age.
full-time students aged 18.
pregnant women and nursing mothers.
Do you get free dental care as a student?
Unfortunately, most dental care isn’t free, even under the NHS, and there’s no automatic exemption for students. That said, you will be eligible for free dental treatment if one of the following applies to you: You’re under 18. You’re under 19 and in full-time education.
Do students pay for dental treatment Scotland?
People automatically entitled to free NHS dental treatment are: Children under 18 years of age. Full-time students aged 18. Pregnant women and nursing mothers.
What benefits qualify for free dental treatment in Scotland?
Help with dental treatment
are receiving or are entitled to receive Income Support, income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, income-related Employment and Support Allowance, the guarantee credit part of Pension Credit or in some circumstances, getting Universal Credit.
Can students get help with NHS costs?
Low income (including students and pensioners)
You can get free NHS prescriptions if you have a valid HC2 certificate. These certificates are issued to people who qualify for full help with health costs through the NHS Low Income Scheme.