Guide to Private Fees 2017
All treatment that you require will be explained to you with any possible alternatives and you will be
given an itemised quotation which is valid for three months.
Payments are requested on the day of treatment and all laboratory involved work (e.g. dentures etc)
are required to be paid in full before work can be submitted to the laboratory.
Routine examination £25.95
New patient exam £89.95
(this normally includes a full assessment, two small x-rays and a large (panoral) x-ray
Small x-rays £9.00 Large (panoral) x-ray £39.00
Standard hygienist appointment £47.95
Periodontal Treatment as Quoted.
Extractions from £69.00
Silver fillings from £49.95
White fillings from £64.95
Root treatments from £140.00
“CEREC” Metal free crowns and veneers £430.00
(made and fitted in one visit.)
Two visit crowns (if possible) £389.00
Acrylic dentures from £300.00
Metal dentures from £650.00
Full/full dentures from £450.00
Home whitening £249.00
In chair “ZOOM” whitening £375.00
Invisalign invisible braces
Both arches with unlimited aligners from £2700.00
With whitening £2800
Implants, including crown £2000.00
Payment options for Private Treatment
Pay as you go
We offer interest free finance through Finance 4 Patients
Understanding NHS dental charges
- Emergency dental treatment – £20.60
- Band 1 course of treatment – £20.60
This covers an examination, diagnosis (including X-rays), advice on how to prevent future problems, a scale and polish if clinically needed, and preventative care such as the application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealant if appropriate.
- Band 2 course of treatment – £56.30
This covers everything listed in Band 1 above, plus any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work or removal of teeth but not more complex items covered by Band 3.
- Band 3 course of treatment – £244.30
This covers everything listed in Bands 1 and 2 above, plus crowns, dentures , bridges and other laboratory work.
If you need help with dental charges see our section on Help with health costs
Any treatment that your dentist believes is clinically necessary to achieve and maintain good oral health should be available on the NHS.
You will not be charged for individual items within a course of treatment. Depending on what you need to have done, you should only ever be asked to pay one charge for each complete course of treatment, even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it. A course of treatment is finished when your dentist considers good oral health has been achieved.
Be aware that being repeatedly late for your treatment sessions or failure to attend appointments may result in the early termination of the course of treatment.
NHS Choices links
- Find a dentist
- Comment on your dentist
- Help with dental costs
- NHS complaints procedure
- Dental health advice
- Common dental questions
- Dental abscess
- Dental care for babies and children
- Dentures (false teeth)
- Gum disease
- Root canal treatment
- Tooth decay
- Wisdom tooth removal