Fees for treatment do fluctuate depending upon the complexity of the treatment you are receiving and cost of dental laboratory work.

The following fee guide provides a sample of treatments available at the practice. You will be provided with a full treatment plan and estimate of cost following your consultation. Specialist treatment will be quoted on an individual basis.

Please see below for our treatment fees. In the right hand column you will see the discounted prices applicable if you are enrolled on our Membership Plan.

Appointments

Service Private Member

During your first consultation, we will assess and give you a full picture of your dental health and fitness.

This is a 30 minute visit (If more time is required to discuss your treatment a further visit will be made at no extra cost). It includes a preliminary discussion, taking of medical history, jaw joint check, oral cancer check and digital x-rays.

£68.00

£68.00

Dental check-up, typically every 6 months.

Full check of the health of your mouth and surrounding areas with discussion of findings.

£38.00

FREE
2 p/a

Hygienist appointment, for plaque control - the key to your dental health.

Assessment of dental hygiene, thorough clean of teeth and gum margins, and advice on how to improve homecare routine.

From
£54.00

FREE
2 p/a*

* This increases to 4 per annum for anyone enrolled on our Membership Plan B.

Standard Treatments

Our fees are based on the complexity of the treatment and the materials you choose. We will provide you with an estimate of the cost before treatment begins.

Service Private Member

White fillings, made of composite for durability and a natural appearance.

£85.00 - £160.00

£68.00 - £128.00

Silver amalgam fillings, the traditional type of filling material, highly durable and versatile.

£85.00 - £160.00

£68.00 - £128.00

Root canal treatment. A complex but worthwhile treatment. Requires two appointments.

An infected tooth can usually be saved by having the central pulp space cleaned and filled. The root-treated tooth may need a crown for additional strength.

Front
£285.00

Premolar
£387.00

Molar
£489.00

Front
£228.00

Premolar
£309.60

Molar
£391.20

Extraction.

From £80.00

From £64.00

Replacing a missing tooth or teeth

The varied prices reflect the intricacy of the work as well as the cost of laboratory fees and do not indicate that one treatment is better than another. What works for one person may not be best for you but we will guide you in your decision making process to arrive at the most appropriate solution.

Service Private Member

Acrylic partial denture.

A removable, versatile, low cost option.

From
£480.00

n/a

Removable bridge/chrome cobalt denture.

(Or chrome partial denture). Clips on to your natural teeth and is removed for your daily hygiene routine. This may be ideal where gaps outnumber your teeth or if your teeth are mobile.

From
£664.00

n/a

Adhesive / Maryland bridge.

Permanently glued to the neighbouring tooth or teeth with minimal preparation.

£795.00

£624.00

Fixed bridge.

Requires extensive preparation of the neighbouring teeth but is very robust and permanent.

From
£479.00
per tooth

From
£383.00
per tooth

Implant and crown.

Fixed directly into the jaw, without affecting neighbouring teeth. This usually takes 4 months to complete.

From
£2700.00
per tooth

n/a

Straighter whiter teeth

Service Private Member

Home tooth-whitening.

Our at-home system takes about 14 nights for gentle whitening.

£250

£250

CEREC

Ceramic Reconstruction. CEREC enables us to repair your tooth immediately, with beautiful, durable ceramic. This would normally require impressions, temporaries and a second visit, but now can be done in one session.

Service Private Member

Inlays and onlays.

From
£460.00

From
£368.00

Crowns and veneers.

From
£600.00

From
£480.00

Single aesthetic crown or veneer.

From
£715.00

From
£572.00