Fees

Private charges

The following fees should be used as a guide only, correct as at 1st of April 2022. Please contact us for up-to-date fees. Also please note a written estimate will always be provided before any treatment is undertaken.

Diagnosis:
New patient dental health evaluation£39
Routine dental health evaluation£35
Small digital radiograph£10
Large panoral radiograph£35
Emergency appointment Same Day£49
Periodontal treatment:
Hygienist clean 30 minutes£63.50
1 hour session£125
White fillings:
Composite 1 surfacefrom £95
Composite 2 surfacefrom £130
Composite 3+ surfacefrom £185
Crowns and bridges:
Bonded crownsfrom £499
Ceramicfrom £575
Zirconiafrom £649
Emaxfrom £750
Bridgefrom £475 per unit
Recement crownfrom £49
Recement bridgefrom £69
Dentures:
Acrylic denturefrom £595
Cobalt chrome denturefrom £750
Implants:
Panoral radiograph£59
Implantfrom £1000
Implant crownfrom £950
Root canal treatments:
Pre-molarfrom £345
Molarfrom £475
Re-root canal treatment Consultation needed 
Extractions:
Simplefrom £110
Complexfrom £140
Surgicalfrom £160
Orthodontics:
Post orthodontic retainer Consultation needed 
Invisalign:
Treatment simple casefrom £2500
Treatment comprehensive casefrom £3500
Veneer:
Compositefrom £575
Porcelainfrom £675
Cosmetic treatments:
Stain removal£69
Enlighten teeth whitening full kit (guaranteed results)from £525
Enlighten teeth whitening home kitfrom £299
Facial Aesthetics:
£199 for 50 units of botox
Free consultation with the dentist
Please email ksnathan@hotmail.co.uk

NHS dental charges

The three NHS charge bands are as follows:

  • Band 1: £23.80 This charge includes an examination, diagnosis and preventive advice. If necessary, it also includes X-rays, scale and polish and planning for further treatment.

  • Band 2: £65.20 This charge includes all the necessary treatment covered by the £22.70 charge, plus additional treatment, such as fillings, root canal treatment or extractions.

  • Band 3: £282.80 This charge includes all the necessary treatment that is covered by the £22.70 and £62.10 charges, plus more complex procedures, such as crowns, dentures and bridges.

If you have any questions about our fees, please feel free to ask – we’ll be happy to help.

What if I need more treatment?

If, within 2 calendar months of completing a course of treatment, you need more treatment from the same or lower charge band, such as another filling, you do not have to pay anything extra.

If the additional treatment needed is in a higher band, you’ll have to pay for the new NHS course of treatment.

But once 2 months have passed after completing a course of treatment, you’ll have to pay the NHS charge band for any NHS dental treatment received.

Certain treatments (including lost items) are guaranteed for 12 months from the date they were completed.

These are:

  • fillings
  • root fillings
  • inlays
  • porcelain veneers
  • crowns

Treatments provided under this guarantee must be similar or related to the original treatment, but they do not have to be like for like.

Emergency or urgent treatment

If you require urgent care, you’ll pay a Band 1 charge of £23.80.

Most urgent treatments can be done in 1 appointment.

Once your urgent course of treatment is complete, you may be advised to make another appointment for a separate course of non-urgent treatment.

In this case, the relevant NHS banding charge will apply.

When you do not have to pay

There’s no dental charge:

  • for denture repairs
  • to have stitches removed
  • if your dentist has to stop blood loss
  • if your dentist only has to write out a prescription – but if you pay for prescriptions, you’ll have to pay the usual prescription charge of £9.35

Referral to another dentist

If you’re referred to another dentist to complete your treatment, the amount you pay is dependent on the type of referral and whether the NHS treatment is carried out as 1 course of treatment.

Your dentist will inform you how much you have to pay.

If you’re referred to a private dentist (and you accept this option), you’ll:

  • pay the appropriate NHS banding charge to the dentist who referred you
  • also pay a fee for the dental work carried out by the private dentist you’re referred to