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Treatment Costs

Pricing for NHS treatment is complex and is best quoted after your checkup but we hope the information on this page will serve as a guide

Important Facts about Dental Treatment Costs:

  1. Many people qualify for free NHS treatment.  See below to find out if you qualify
  2. Everybody qualifies for a free checkup.  If X-rays are required there would be a small charge, usually between £3 and £6
  3. NHS treatment charges are subsidised by the government and are often much less than people think.  See below for example fees
  4. The most you will ever pay for a course of NHS treatment is £384.  Most treatment plans cost considerably less than this
  5. Private treatment fees are set by each individual practice.  We aim to keep our charges affordable for patients but without compromising on quality

Typical NHS Treatment Fees

Checkup:   £ FREE
Scale and polish:   £11.12
X-rays: £3.48 (single) £4.88 (for 2)
Amalgam (Silver) Filing: £7.56 £19.44
Composite (white) filling: £14.28 £21.84
Simple extraction:   £12.68
Root canal treatment: £40.92 £85.60
Partial denture (acrylic base): £60.08 £110.08
Partial denture (metal base): £153.72 £185.32
Full Dentures: £111.20 (single jaw) £184.32 (set)
Crown: £82.20 £150.28
Bridge: from £115.96

 

NHS treatment is available without charge if….

  • You are under 18 years old
  • You are 18 and in full-time education
  • You are expecting a baby
  • You have had a baby in the last 12 months

Or if you receive:

  • Income support
  • Income-based Job Seekers Allowance
  • Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
  • Income related employment support allowance

Or:

  • You or your partner as a valid NHS Tax Credit Exemption Certificate
  • You or your partner are entitled to Universal Credit