Fee Guide

NHS treatment is categorised into three bands. Charges apply to courses of treatment rather than each individual item or visit. If you are claiming certain benefits, you may be exempt from paying the NHS charges. Please mention this to the receptionist at the time of booking your appointment and bring proof of benefits with you when you attend the clinic.

Band Year –
Band 1 –
Band 2 –
Band 3 –
Urgent –

Private treatment costs

Fees correct as of August 2019

General Dentistry

New Patient Consultation (includes 2 X-rays) £60
Regular Examination £60
Emergency consultation £65
Small X-rays (per X-ray) £12
Large X-ray (OPG) £60
Hygiene appointments from £62
Jet Polish £92
White fillings small from £100
large from £140
Amalgam fillings from £110
Metal bonded crowns from £650
EMAX Crowns from £650
Gold and bonded gold from £870
LAVA crowns from £775
Bridge unit from £475
Teeth Whitening from £295
Surgical (complicated) extractions from £170
Wisdom teeth from £205
Simple extractions from £95
Sedation £250
Dentures – Partial from £550
Metal Denture from £895
Full from £750
Flexible from £750

Root Canal Treatment – with general dentist

Anteriors (including x-rays/excluding fillings) £330
Premolars (including x-rays/excluding fillings) £340
Molars (including x-rays/excluding fillings) £615

Root Canal Treatment – with MSc dentist

Consultation £100
Endodontic treatment Treatment costs discussed at time of consultation

Dental Implants

Initial Consultation (20 mins) FREE
Consultation (1 hour) £125
Implants from £1850

Periodontics

Consultation (1 hour) £130
Treatment costs discussed at time of consultation

Children’s fees

Examination (under 18) £30
Emergency consultation £40

Cosmetic Treatment

Invisalign (Invisible braces) consultation FREE
Treatment costs discussed at time of consultation
Teeth whitening consultation FREE
Treatment costs discussed at time of consultation

PRIVATE TREATMENT COSTS

When you contact us for an appointment, our receptionist will register you and add your details to the system. Your dentist will then examine your teeth and gums and will advise you of any treatment needed. While cosmetic dental treatment is not available on the NHS, we do offer it privately; if you are interested in potential cosmetic treatments please mention this to your dentist, who will let you know which private options are available.