New Prices – 4th July 2020

New patient examination £65
Recall examination and scaling by dentist

 

£55
Recall exam £45
Emergency assessment for new patients £55
Hygienist visit £60
Fillings  
  Amalgam From £77
  Composite From £94
Teeth whitening From £275
Crowns/veneers  
Metal crowns From £477
Tooth colour crowns

Zirconia Crowns

From £577

From £660

Root canal treatment  
  Incisor From 275
  Premolar From £352
  Molar From £429
Sports Guard basic From £82.5
Sports Guard  standard From £132
Night Guard From £110
Dentures  
  Partial acrylic From £330
  Full upper and lower acrylic From £880
  Metal denture From £825
Extractions Simple From £90
  Molar extraction From £100
  Surgical From £165
  Wisdom teeth simple From £110
  Wisdom teeth surgical From £165
Apicectomy   From £220
Sedation   From £275
     
Implant consultation: Free 15 minutes initial consultation

 

 

 

Implant Assessment

 

Implant

  £100 for 30 mins

Single tooth from £2200

    Two teeth

From £4200

X rays Peri apical or bitewings £7 each
OPT scan   £55
CBCT scan Each Jaw £110

 

NHS Fee Guide as of 1st April 2019

We will provide you with a written individual treatment plan and transparent, written treatment costs. NHS treatment is categorised into three bands. Charges apply to courses of treatment rather than each individual item or visit. Additional treatment is provided cost free if it is in the same band (or less) and within two months of completing a course of treatment.

For non-exempt / paying NHS patients:

URGENT : £22.70 Treatment deemed necessary to alleviate toothache when not under a course of treatment.

BAND ONE : £22.70 Dental examination, x-rays if needed, scale and polish if deemed clinically necessary by dentist, oral healthcare and prevention advice. Some fissure sealants. All items to diagnose and prevent decay.

BAND TWO : £62.10 All band one items PLUS fillings, root canals, tooth extractions, wisdom tooth extractions.

BAND THREE : £269.30 All bands one and two plus any laboratory work eg crown, bridge, inlay, dentures, Some treatments of missing teeth.

You may be exempt from your dental charges if either you or your partner, receive either:

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, or
  • Guarantee Pension Credit, or
  • You are entitled to, or named on, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate, or
  • You are named on a valid HC2 certificate.

Partial help : If you hold a valid HC3 certificate, you might get some help towards the cost of your NHS dental treatment. The certificate tells you how much you will have to pay
Further help and advice with who is entitled to free dental treatment

NOT COVERED ON NHS ARE :
Dental implants, Tooth Whitening, Cosmetic dentistry.