What Is a Hc2 or Hc3 Certificate?

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An hc2 or hc3 certificate is given document for free NHS dental treatment. It helps with some health costs when one's treatment starts. In order for one to be eligible he/she must be over 18 years. This certificate tells you how much you are supposed to pay.
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If you have a low income the NHS Low Income Scheme may help you. To apply for an HC2 certificate, you should complete form HC1 available from Jobcentre Plus offices or most NHS hospitals
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A hc2 or hc3 certificate is a document that is given for free NHS dental treatment or help with some health costs, when your treatment starts. To be eligible, you must be over 18 years of age. A limited help HC3 certificate that entitles you to some help with health costs. The certificate tells you how much you will have to pay.
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