Our Fees

We are proud to offer options to our patients. We accept all major credit and debit cards and the private and NHS fees are published below. We also offer dental plans, read more about our plans here.
Our FeesPrice (£)
Full new patient dental examination (including x-rays if necessary)£60.00
Implant Consultation£49.00
Emergency Appointment£49.00
Routine Examination£45.00
Hygiene Treatments
Hygienist appointment (Scale and Polish)£39.00
Hygienist appointment (30 minutes)£59.00
Hygienist appointment (40 minutes)£79.00
White Fillings
Small£69.00
Medium£89.00
Large£119.00
Root Fillingsfrom £195.00
Simple Extraction£79.00
Complicated (Surgical) Extraction£149.00
Crownsfrom £395.00
Veneersfrom £495.00
Bridgesfrom £395.00/ tooth
Partial Dentures
Acrylicfrom £450.00
Metal£795.00
Flexible£675.00
Full Dentures
Singlefrom £595.00
Upper and lower
Vitsa Essence
from £895.00
Upper and lower
Vitsa Ultimate
from £1200.00
Dental Implantsfrom £1400 (per implant)
Single Implant Fully Restoredfrom £2195.00
Implant crown only£895.00
Implant retained denturefrom £3600
Orthodontic Invisable Aligner Treatmentfrom £1750.00
- Smilelign (includes free tooth whitening & retainers)
Short Term Orthodontic Treatment(Single arch) £1950.00
- Six Month Smiles (includes free tooth whitening & retainers)
Short Term Orthodontic Treatment(Upper and lower) £2950.00
- Six Month Smiles (includes free tooth whitening & retainers)
Tooth Whitening (take home)£325.00
Tooth whitening Zoom! (In surgery)£495.00
Botoxfrom £195.00
Dermal Fillersfrom £255.00
Sports Mouth Guard (multi-coloured and customized)from £95.00
Occlusal Splint (Night Guard)from £125.00
Anti-Snoring Device£395.00

Our payment policy and current fee schedule is clearly displayed in the practice but if you require a copy or further information please ask at reception.
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NHS

We are proud to offer a comprehensive and quality NHS dental service to our patients and community.

We are able to provide comprehensive NHS dental care to many of our patients but due to limited NHS funding we have a finite capacity and currently have a waiting list for new patients seeking NHS dental care. If you would like to join our waiting list for NHS care please contact reception.

Alternatively If you wish to be seen as a private patient or are a new patient to the practice, and would like to be seen sooner outside of NHS contracting arrangements telephone our reception or email us now.

If you are exempt from paying NHS fees, please bring evidence of your exemption and make it known when attending your appointment, so that we can help you fill in the right form. Our reception can assist you with information regarding exemptions, otherwise visit NHS choices website.

Current NHS fees (from 1st April 2018):

Band 1 course of treatment – £21.60
This covers (among other things): examination, diagnosis (including X-rays), advice on how to prevent future problems and a scale and polish if needed

Band 2 course of treatment – £59.10
This covers everything listed in Band 1 above, plus any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work, periodontal treatment, or removal of teeth.

Periodontal treatment
If you suffer from gum disease (periodontitis) a simple scale and polish will not be enough to keep your gums healthy and prevent tooth loss. The dentist may suggest periodontal treatment which involves cleaning underneath your gums to remove the debris that is irritating the gums. This can be performed by the dentist, or the hygienist, may be required regularly to maintain the health of your gums, and can require more than one appointment to be completed.

Band 3 course of treatment – £256.50
This covers everything listed in Bands 1 and 2 above, plus treatment involving laboratory work such as crowns and dentures.

Urgent course of treatment – £21.60
This covers any treatment you may need urgently such as a prescription, X-rays or a temporary filling. Please note that you may need to come back for permanent treatment which will be charged in accordance with the banding above.

What is included in the NHS course of treatment?

The NHS will cover all necessary dental treatments. However cosmetic treatments which you may want to make your teeth more attractive but are not clinically necessary are not customarily provided, such as tooth whitening, veneers for healthy teeth, or dental implants and adult orthodontics (braces).

After discussing your treatment needs and all the options available to you with your dentist, you may choose to have some general dental treatments provided privately in addition to the NHS treatment. This may be carried out at the same time as your course of NHS treatment. The dentist will discuss the options with you so that you can make an informed choice and we will provide a written treatment plan and fees.

Your dentist will also explain any relevant risks, as well as the fees, of all treatments and give you advice on how to keep your teeth, gums and mouth healthy.

Our payment policy and current fee schedule is clearly displayed in the practice but if you require a copy or further information please ask at reception.
We accept all major credit and debit cards.