Listed below are the current fees for private treatment.
|New patient (incl. radiographs) over 24 months ||£61 |
|Routine (under 12 months) ||£41 |
|Urgent treatment ||£29 |
|Glass ionomer (white/silver) ||from £74 |
|Composite (white) ||from £97 |
|Amalgam (silver) ||from £75 |
|Incisor/canine ||£249 |
|Premolar ||£286 |
|Molar ||£415 |
|Routine ||£96 |
|Surgical ||£141 |
|Acid bonded (per unit) ||£370 |
|Conventional (per unit) ||£458 |
|Tooth coloured (bonded) ||£470 |
|Gold ||£525 |
|Superior tooth coloured (zirconia) all porcelain ||£602 |
|Cast post for crown ||£130 |
|Re-cement existing crown ||£39 |
|Partial acrylic ||from £384 |
|Partial metal ||from £591 |
|Full upper or lower ||£414 |
|Full upper and lower ||£725 |
|Additions and repairs to denture ||from £73 |
|Reline of existing denture ||from £105 |
|Single colour ||£73 |
|Multi colour ||£83 |
|Night guard ||£61 |
|Retainer ||£73 |
Outside of surgery hours you will always be able to contact a dentist by phoning the practice number and following the instruction given on the recorded message.
If you are away from home, membership of our plan allows you to call the dental helpline who will put you in touch with a dentist who can help. Please ask our reception team for details.
|Open Surgery to Include: |
Exam, X rays & Prescription if Necessary
|Extraction up to 2 Teeth ||£70.00 |
|Open to Drain/Pulp Extirpate ||Max £65.00 |
|Incise Abscess ||£28.00 |
|Temporary Filling ||£26.00 |
|Re-cement Crown or Inlay ||£30.00 |
|Re-cement Bridge ||£40.00 |
|Construct/Fit Temporary Crown ||Max £51.00 |
|Construct/Fit Temporary Bridge ||Max £80.00 |
|Temporary Post/Core || £60.00 |
|Arrest Haemorrhage ||£42.00 |
|Remove Sutures ||£26.00 |
|Adjust Denture ||£23.00 |
The cost to the patient for the call out to open the surgery is £85, treatment fees are charged additionally to this up to a maximum of £170.
A call out fee of £85 will be charged plus the cost of any treatment. Denplan patients are responsible for the first £20 charged and can claim back the cost of treatment.
Denplan patients can claim back their emergency fees.