Treatment Fees

Pricing

Cosmetic
Consultation
no feeFREE for existing patients
Orthodontic Consultation
no feeFREE for existing patients
New Patient
Dental Check
fee£35
Sports guards
Bite guards
from £99
Porcelain Crowns
from £385
Bridge Units
from £385
Teeth Whitening
from £159
Inman Aligner
from £1200
Fastbraces
from £1500
Inlays/onlays
from £330
Implant Placement
from £2200
Implant Restoration
from £500
White Fillings
from £50
Dental X-Ray
from £10
Porcelain Veneers
from £330
Hygiene Appointment
from £36


NHS Fees

  • Band 1 course of treatment: £19.70
  • Band 2 course of treatment: £53.90
  • Band 3 course of treatment: £233.70

All the treatment your dentist believes is necessary to achieve and maintain good oral health is available on the NHS. This means that the NHS provides any treatment you need to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy and free of pain. It does not include treatments such as teeth whitening or veneers, which you might want to make your teeth more attractive but which are not clinically necessary. Here is a list of what your treatment can include:

    ● clinical examination, case assessment and report

    ● orthodontic case assessment and report

    ● advice, dental charting, diagnosis and treatment planning

    ● radiographic examination, including panoral and lateral headplates, and radiological report

    ● study casts including in association with occlusal analysis

    ● colour photographs

    ● instruction in the prevention of dental and oral disease including dietary advice and dental hygiene instruction

    ● surface application as primary preventive measures of sealants and topical fluoride preparations

    ● scaling, polishing and marginal correction of fillings

    ● taking material for pathological examination

    ● adjustments to and easing of dentures or orthodontic appliances

    ● treatment of sensitive cementum

All the treatment your dentist believes is necessary to achieve and maintain good oral health is available on the NHS. This means that the NHS provides any treatment you need to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy and free of pain. It does not include treatments such as teeth whitening or veneers, which you might want to make your teeth more attractive but which are not clinically necessary. Here is a list of what your treatment can include:

    ● non-surgical treatment of periodontitis (a severe form of gum disease) – such as root planing (cleaning bacteria from the roots of your teeth) or deep scaling and a polish

    ● surgical treatment of periodontitis: such as removing some gum tissue (gingivectomy)

    ● free gingival grafts: when healthy tissue from the roof of your mouth is grafted (attached) to your teeth where the root is exposed

    ● fillings

    ● sealant restorations: when sealant is used to fill a small hole and seal any grooves in your teeth

    ● root canal treatment (endodontics)

    ● pulpotomy: removing dental pulp (the soft tissue at the centre of a tooth)

    ● apicectomy: removing the tip of the root of a tooth

    ● transplanting teeth

    ● removing teeth (extraction)

    ● oral surgery, such as removing a cyst (fluid-filled sac)

    ● soft tissue surgery to the mouth or lips

    ● frenectomy, frenoplasty or frenotomy: surgery to the folds of tissue that connect your tongue, lips and cheeks to your jaw bone

    ● relining and rebasing dentures

    ● adding to your dentures, such as adding a clasp or a tooth

    ● splinting loose teeth, for example, after an accident or due to periodontitis – this doesn’t include laboratory made splints

    ● bite-raising appliances (similar to a mouth guard), for example, to correct your jaw alignment – this doesn’t include laboratory made appliances

All the treatment your dentist believes is necessary to achieve and maintain good oral health is available on the NHS. This means that the NHS provides any treatment you need to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy and free of pain. It does not include treatments such as teeth whitening or veneers, which you might want to make your teeth more attractive but which are not clinically necessary. Here is a list of what your treatment can include:

    ● veneers and palatal veneers: new surfaces for the front or back of a tooth

    ● inlays, pinlays and onlays: used to restore damaged teeth

    ● crowns: a type of cap that completely covers your real tooth

    ● bridges: a fixed replacement for a missing tooth or teeth

    ● provision of full (completed) or partial dentures

    ● orthodontic treatment and appliances

    ● other custom made applications excluding sports guards