What we charge
We publish our outline fee scale as we think our present and potential patients should have some indication of the possible costs of treatment. Please note that price lists can only give an indication of the likely cost of treatment. No two patients and their fillings/ dentures/ crowns or bridges are identical. A full assessment is really required to give an accurate indication of the likely costs of treatment.
Plan patients fee levels are 15% less than the private fees listed below, except where laboratory fees are involved, in which case only our component of the fee is reduced 15%, which roughly works out to 10%. Hygiene fees are even lower - around 20% off.
The insurance component of the Plan covers all but the excess of £15 for an out-of-hours callout and provides emergency cover if you are away from home - either in the UK or overseas.
Your dentist will give you a detailed estimate when a treatment plan is formulated, and even this will be updated if it has to be changed as the treatment progresses.
If you are unclear please ask and we will endeavour to provide the information or and further explanation you need.
Fee Scale Outline Updated May 2017
Oral Health Assessment - £ 47.50
This is for a detailed 15 minute examination covering soft tissues, the teeth, restorations, the gums & any dentures
Examination and Scale & Polish £ 61.50
This is for an exam as above and a routine scale & polish at the same appointment.
New Patient Consultation £ 70
This is for a detailed 30 minute examination including any required radiographs. We aim to evaluate all of your teeth and oral structures, diagnose any problems and discuss the possible treatments required and then formulate the treatment plan. If you have urgent treatment needs then we will try & deal with these if possible, but a further appointment may be required to complete the information gathering needed to ensure we correctly diagnose all of your oral problems.
It is reduced to £40 if a patient signs up for a Plan at the initial visit.
Emergency Consultation £ 54
This is for a 15 minute appointment to diagnose & resolve any problems.
Another appointment may well be required.
Bitewing Radiographs £ 18
Hygienist Visit £ 57.50
This is a 30 minute appointment with a hygienist (or 15 minutes with a dentist) for a thorough scaling & polishing and any necessary oral hygiene education
Silver Amalgam Restorations from £ 90
This is for a restoration in silver amalgam alloy. We do not provide these very often nowadays....
Composite restorations (White fillings) This is our default material for the huge majority of our restorations.
Quality materials and state of the art bonding agents are used to restore front teeth to their proper form, colour & function.
Front teeth from £ 93
We use top materials and techniques to provide the most life-like reults we can.
Back Teeth from £99
These restorations are time-consuming to do properly using quality materials. They range in size from small pits to entire teeth and the cost similarly covers a wide range.... .
Simple extraction of a single tooth £93
Further extractions are individually priced depending on number and anticipated difficulty.
Full denture £695 Full/Full denture £894 Partial Dentures £365 - £545
These dentures are made using highest quality teeth and impact resistant resin to give superior aesthetics and fit.
Repairs start from £43.50 and are usually done off site and so take 24 hours.
Inlays, Veneers, Crowns & Bridges
There are now a wide variety of crown and bridge materials available ranging from utilitarian to high aesthetic. Depends on what you need/ want.
"E-max" Ceramic Veneers £573
Porcelain Fused to Metal Crown and Monolithic ceramic Crown £578
"LAVA" or "Incise" All ceramic (Metal Free) Crown £657
We are routinely using state of the art intra-oral scanner wherever possible for recording our crown and inlay/onlay preparations which produces a quantum leap in accuracy of fit of the finished product - few other practices have this equipment in the UK... This means no impressions, the scans are with the laboratories in hours and there is almost no chance of errors occuring.
There are many types of crowns, inlays and veneers, each with its specific indications. They are can be ideal for restoring badly damaged teeth or improving the appearance of crooked, discoloured or heavily filled teeth.
Bridges require individual estimates but are in the region of £300 – 500 per tooth involved. and are often the ideal way to restore missing teeth.
We do not provide implants, but have several reliable colleagues who do....
Root-Fillings £240 - £418 (Does not include restoration of the tooth)
We are presently using state of the art nickel-titanium rotary instruments to fully prepare canals for root-fillings
Fees vary according to number of roots and complexity.
Treatment of teeth that have already been root treated may attract a higher fee.