Fees Guide

Find out everything you need to know about our fees.

  • Who is eligible for free treatment?
  • What if you are not eligible for free treatment?
  • What about NHS treatments?
  • What are my private treatment options?
  • Do you offer any membership plans?
Who is eligible for free treatment?

Some people, such as under 18s and pregnant women, are exempt from charges – just ask any member of our team for more information before you have any treatment with us. Your treatment is free if you meet any of the following criteria:

  • You are under the age of eighteen

  • You are under nineteen and in full-time education

  • You are expecting a baby at the start of treatment

  • You have a baby under 1 year at the start of treatment

  • You are receiving income support

  • You are receiving NHS tax credit exemption

  • You hold a NHS HC2 exemption certificate​

  • You are receiving Jobseeker’s Allowance

  • You receive Pension Credit guarantee

What if you are not eligible for free treatment?

If you do not fall into any of the above categories but you are on low income/receiving benefits, you may still be entitled to claim exemption from charges by filling in a HC1 form. Please ask our receptionist or the DHSS office for more information.

What about NHS treatments?

We provide the full range of treatment on the NHS including root canal work, fillings, crowns, bridges and dentures allowing us to give complete dental care at the lowest possible price. There are three standard charges for NHS treatments which are listed below.

What are my private treatment options?

Prices for all treatments are listed at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, you can use our cost calculator to get an estimate for your total cost of treatment by clicking the cost calculator button.

Do you offer any membership plans?

Yes! Our convenient membership plans offer an exclusive discount of up to 15% on treatments with your general dentist. Spread the costs of your regular preventative dental care with predictive monthly payments, and achieve peace of mind with our UK and Worldwide dental accident and emergency cover. Click the ‘membership plans’ button for more information.


NHS Charge Bands

There are three standard charges for all NHS dental treatments. This makes it easier to know how much you may need to pay for the care you receive. These are the 2019 NHS band charges starting 1st of April 2019:

Band 1

£22.70

This covers:
  • Examination
  • Diagnosis (e.g: x-rays)
  • advice on how to prevent future problems
  • scale and polish (if needed)
Band 2

£62.10

This covers:
  • Everything listed in Band 1
  • Fillings
  • Root canal work
  • Removal of one or more of teeth
Band 3

£269.30

This covers:
  • Everything listed in Bands 1 and 2
  • Crowns
  • Dentures
  • Bridges

All charges apply to an overall course of treatment, and not the individual items within the course of treatment. You will only pay one charge for each course of treatment, even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it.

Private Pricelist

Fees correct as of March 2020. 0% 12 months interest free credit available.

Treatments
Examination New Patient £60
Examination Routine £40
X-Ray Small £10
X-Ray Large Panoral £40
Study Models £46
Sports Mouth Guard £70
Hygiene Visit £60
Emergency Appointment £ 70
Fillings
Amalgam – Small £50
Amalgam – Medium £110
Amalgam – Large £125
Composite – Small £80
Composite- Medium £125
Composite- Large £165
Glass lonomer Filling £85
Fissure Sealing (quadrant) £35
Pin Retention £30
Advanced Restoration including lab fee
Porcelain Crown (Emax) £750
Full Zirconia Crown Milled and Stained £720
Gold Crown £700
Non-Precious Bonded Crown (Porcelain) £395
Semi-Precious Bonded Crown (Porcelain) £495
Cast Post £125
Preformed Post/Core £80
Gold Inlay £650
Composite Inlay £400
Bridge (per unit) £550
Resin bonded single Metal Ceramic Bridge £450
Resin bonded single tooth All Ceramic Bridge £750
Maryland 1 tooth 1 wing £400
Porcelain Veneer £700
Replacement Crown/Inlay £40
Endodontics
Incisor/Canine £250
Premolar £450
Molar £500
Surgery
Emergency Extraction £110
Planned Extraction £80
Surgical Extraction £150
Other Surgery Time basis
Prosthetics (Dentures)
Acrylic dentures (upper and lower) from £695-995
Partial or full acrylic denture £395-£545
Cobalt chrome partial denture £790-£920
Partial Chrome from £625
Valplast © flexible denture from £700
Reline Denture £75
Tooth Addition (per tooth) £45
Cosmetic
Full Mouth Tooth Whitening (home)£300
Single Arch Tooth Whitening (home)£225
Hard Acrylic Mouth guard £395
Soft Acrylic Mouth guard £175
Chairside composite veneers (facings) £250
Lab made composite veneer £500
Porcelain Veneer £700
Orthodontics
Full orthodontic Assessment £200
Invisalign from £3000

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