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Private Fees Guide (from 1st January 2017)
Examination £32
X-Rays £10 each
Scale and Polish Basic per session £42
Hygienist £57
Posterior White Fillings Small from £67
Medium from £98
Large from £109
Posterior Amalgam Fillings Small from £62
Medium from £77
Large from £82
Anterior White Fillings Small from £40
Medium from £65
Large from £111
Extractions from £82
Crowns Porcelain/metal £416
Gold 60% £433
Gold 40% £336
Post with Crown £77
Bridges per unit £416
Endodontics (root canal treatment) £196-£368
Full dentures (upper and lower) £564
Full upper or lower dentures £358
Partial dentures 1-3 teeth £205
4-8 teeth £272
9 or more teeth £358
Chrome and flexi dentures £595 each
Tooth Whitening uppers or lowers £155
uppers and lowers £250
Sports Mouthguards plain colours £56
stripes/flags etc £67
6 Month Smile £3,000

When dentally fit most of our patients join the Denplan Care scheme.   To learn more about Denplan please visit www.denplan.co.uk .

Denplan offers patients superb standard of care for a set monthly fee which gives reassurance in all dental eventualities so that's why we offer the participation into one of the Denplan schemes to all our patients. The schemes are:-

Denplan Care

This is the standard scheme for the majority of the patients in the practice
which covers all routine treatment and emergency care.

This includes all usual treatment such as fillings, scaling, extractions etc.

The only items not covered  are just the laboratory  work associated with crowns and dentures plus  specialist treatments such as advanced surgery.

Denplan Essentials

This includes routine examinations and scaling appointments but not routine treatment such as fillings and extractions. This is paid for separately but at a discounted rate to normal independent scale.

The included Denplan insurance with both schemes also has the benefit of world wide emergency cover if in need of emergency treatment.

Adults can pay privately for their treatment or belong to a Denplan scheme.

Patients who are exempt from payment can be seen on the NHS.

The following categories of patients can claim free treatment:

Help may still be available if you are a student, pensioner or part-time worker on low income.  You will need to complete form HC1, available from the practice, and send it in the envelope provided to the Benefits Agency.  If you qualify they will send you a certificate of exemption or partial exemption from dental fees.

We have one dentist who has a limited contract with the NHS such that non-exempt patients can be seen.

The fees are:-

NHS Fees Guide (from April 1st 2017)
Band 1 Checkup, x-rays and basic cleaning £20.60
Band 2 Above items plus fillings, extractions and root canal treatment £56.30
Band 3 Above items plus crowns, dentures and bridges £244.30