Our Fee Schedule

We provide a full range of both NHS and Private dental care. To ensure complete clarity with costs; an estimate will be provided to every patient to sign following an examination.

A copy will be held on file and the other returned to the patient.

Private Fees

Examination

£30

Hygienist  

£45 per session

Digital X-Rays (Small)

£10

Digital X-Rays (Large)

£40

Composite (white) fillings

from £85.00

Amalgam (silver) filling

from £60.00

Preventative fissure sealant

from £25.00

Root Canal (Single rooted tooth)

from £250.00

Root Canal (Multiple rooted tooth

from £400.00

Extractions

from £85.00

Crowns

from £350.00

Bridges

from £400.00

Acrylic Partial Dentures

from £300.00

Full Denture (Single)

from £600.00

Chrome Denture

from £895.00

Facial Aesthetics

from £200.00

Dental implants

Implant consultation (incl x-rays)

from £55.00

Single implant

from £1,250.00

Restorative crown

from £1,000.00

Oral surgery

Bone grafting

from £700.00

Teeth straightening

Consultation

from £55.00

Inman aligner

from £1,850.00

Metal braces

from £1,520.00

Clear braces

from £1,820.00

Teeth whitening

At home whitening kit

from £300.00

In surgery whitening

from £400.00

 

NHS FEES

From 1 April 2019, if you are not exempt from charges, you should pay one of the following rates for each course of treatment you receive: 

  • Band 1 – Course of treatment: £22.70 This covers an examination, diagnosis and advice. If necessary, it also includes x-rays, a scale and polish, and planning for further treatment.
  • Band 2 – Course of treatment: £62.10 This covers all treatment included in Band 1, plus additional treatment, such as fillings, root canal treatment and removing teeth (extractions).
  • Band 3 – Course of treatment: £269.30 This covers all treatment included in Bands 1 and 2, plus more complex procedures, such as crowns, dentures and bridges.

Please note: Patients are removed from our NHS lists if do not attend the practice within a three-year period or fail to attend more than two appointments they have made. These policies are in place to help improve access for patients that are seeking regular dental care and to prevent the waste of valuable and limited NHS resources.