You've only got one set of teeth. The Lumino Dental Plan helps you keep them your whole life. For less than a dollar a day you can rest assured that you will be taking care of your oral health the best way possible through regular check-ups and hygiene treatments.
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We’re New Zealand’s dental industry leaders by far. As the largest network of dentistry providers, we're the country's most recognised dentists. And with over 120 practices throughout the country, we have a location near you. Find out why we’re the dentists trusted by more Kiwis than any other.
Wherever you are, you won't be too far from a Lumino practice. We have general and specialist practices from Kaitaia in the north to Invercargill in the south - and pretty much everywhere in between.
We're big, so we have a big heart. We care - a lot. Our clinicians have a desire to help others and love to give back. It's what we stand for. That's why we hold Lumino Day every year for our communities.
Our team are some of the most experienced in the industry. And we're committed to ongoing professional development. We invest in our people and technology to keep them at the top of their game.
I HAVEN'T LOOKED BACK!
“– Nicola L - Lumino Auckland Central Patient
I signed up for the Lumino Dental Plan after hearing about it from a friend. I don’t even notice the monthly payment when it comes out and I love knowing that I’m taking such good care of my teeth. I haven’t looked back!”
WARM, FRIENDLY & CARING
“– Alison J - Lumino Darfield Dental Patient
It's such a relief to go to a dentist and know you can relax knowing that everything will be explained to you in a warm, friendly and caring manner.”
SO PROFESSIONAL, WELCOMING & CARING
“– Ronli M - Lumino Five Cross Roads Patient
They are so friendly. I felt so welcome and they calmed my nerves. They made me laugh...they are so professional, welcoming and caring! I would definitely recommend them to everyone.”
The latest award recipient of Mobile 1's student health prize wrote a thank you letter.
Oral health plays an important role in your overall health but it can be difficult to maintain good oral health as you get older though.