Information from A to Z

We want the best for your teeth. That's why we've put together some information about your visit to our clinic, preventative care and other dentistry issues.


Clinic charges:

NHS Prices


Band 1 course of treatment - £18.00

This covers an examination, diagnosis (e.g. X-rays), advice on how to prevent further problems, a scale and polish if needed, and application of fluoride varnish.  If you require urgent care, even if your urgent treatment needs more than one appointment to complete, you will only need to pay one Band 1 charge. 




Band 2 course of treatment - £49.00

This covers everything listed in Band 1 above, plus any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work or if your dentist needs to take out one or more of your teeth.




Band 3 course of treatment - £214.00

This covers everything listed in Bands 1 and 2 above, plus crowns, dentures and bridges



Private Treatment Charges

New Patient Exam -£45
2-x-rays - £20
Full Mouth OPG - £20
Routine Check-up - £25
Scale/Polish - from £28
Perio - £40 per visit

Airflow Stain removal- from £60


Amalgam - £45 - £115
Composite (White) - from £70

Root Canal:

Anterior - £170
Premolar - £240
Molar - £350


Metal - £240 each
Porcelain on metal - £370 each
Lifelike metal - free all ceramic LavaTM
£590 each
Gold - £370 each


From £55 - £250


Acrylic -  from £350
Chrome -  from £600
ValplastTM Flexible Unbreakable -from £700

Porcelain - £360 each
GradialTM Direct - £300 each

Teeth Whitening:
Home Kits - £330
In-House Chairside Session - £450
Combination Whitening - £650

Invisalign invisible braces:
From £2800 per arch

Botox Facial Rejuvenation
Consultation - £60
Treatment £180-£350


Occlusal Splints - £90
Snoring appliance - £215


Pulp extirpation - £85 - £165
(If proceeding wih the root canal the price
will be adjusted accordingly plus an
emergency charge of £45)
Trauma - From £130
Other - From £45

Please Note: The above prices are intended as a guide only and may vary depending on the
requirements of individual cases. Please ask your dentist for details.

Preventative care: check-up at least once a year

You should come for a check-up at least once a year to make sure that you are looking after your teeth properly and to have their condition checked. If you have sensitive teeth, it would be a good idea to have a check-up every six months.


Our tip: ask our advice and make your next appointment at the end of each visit.

Any further questions?

Call us on 01234 355966 or contact us directly using the contact form.