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We feel it is important that our fee structure is clear and simple to understand, so you know what to expect before committing to treatment. When you require to return for treatment, the dentist can provide you with a treatment plan for personalised cost breakdown.

On this page is an NHS and Private list of treatments available. Please note that NHS fee structures are subject to change in accordance with NHS policy.

Please visit the NHS website for more information on this.

Can I become an NHS patient?

At present, we have no further capacity to take on additional NHS patients, due to some unprecedented challenges including catching up on covid-19 backlog, and shortage of available NHS dentists. We are, however, still accepting a limited number of patients onto our Private Patient List due to practice expansion.


If you wish to be added to our NHS waiting list, please telephone the practice. We are being honest by informing you that demand for NHS services far exceeds our current capacity.

NHS 1st April 2024

NHS Band 1  = £26.80

Examination, x-rays, diagnosis, preventative advice, scaling & polishing (if clinically needed), preventative care.

NHS Band 2 = £73.50

Everything from Band 1 as well as fillings, root canal treatment, extractions.

NHS Band 3 = £319.10

Everything from Band 1 and 2 plus course of treatment including crowns, bridges, dentures, and other lab work.

NHS Urgent Course of Treatment = £26.80

Assessment and treatment of urgent and specified cases, such as pain relief, temporary fillings, or denture appliance repair. 

Note the urgent course if required, is additional cost to the above courses under NHS banding. Depending on the patient presenting, sometimes multiple courses of treatment may be appropriate over a period of time. 

As a patient we expect patients to read our terms for provision of dental services

Please view our practice policies including our current terms here.

To find out if NHS charges apply to you, click here.

Private dentistry offers alternative material options, including those which may be more aesthetic and your dentist will discuss the benefit of different materials.

Our practice has recently introduces a Practice Plan (more info coming soon). The Private Fees are charged per item   

Private Fees Guide:
(updated 1st April 2024)

Dental and Oral Health Check - £45 (if existing  recall ie regular patient)


New or Returning Patient Oral Health Examination - £96 

inclusive of small radiographs if required at check up

Dental X-Rays - £18 each

Emergency Consultation - £60 (Exclusive of Treatment Costs)

Scale & Polish with Dentist (Hygiene Clean) - £67

Note deeper gum cleaning is a separate fee structure

Amalgam Filling (Silver) - from 108  (maximum £129)

Composite Filling (White) - from £116 (maximum £189)

Root Canal Treatment - from £275 ( maximum depending on complexity, and can be £476 at our practice)

Extraction - from £108 (maximum £189 - depending on complexity)

Mouth-guard/Splint - from £97 (maximum dependent on requirement) 

Crown - from £658 (depending on materials/post requirement)

Denture (Acryllic) - £696+ (depending on materials)

Bridge -from £658 per unit (depending on number of units)

Ceramic Veneer - from £658 (depending on materials)

Composite Bonding/Veneer - Fee discussed at consultation 

Invisalign - Variable based on complexity - fee discussed at consultation

Whitening - £541 (Practice will run offers for patients from 1st April 2024 - 31st August 2024)

Gums Deep Cleaning (Root Surface Debridement ie deeper cleaning for gum disease) - £97 per visit

Please note there is a  Private fee applicable for missed appointments or less than 24hours notice cancellation, charged at £149 per hour private treatment booking. Subsequent failed attendances may result in removal from care at practice.

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