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NHS Patients

Please contact the surgery if you require more information on whether we are currently taking on new NHS patients.

  • Routine
    New patient examinations (17yrs+) (including X-rays and bespoke care plan) £99 X – Ray images FREE Routine adult (17yrs+) examinations £45 Children's routine examinations (16yrs and under) £25 Emergency appointment (existing patients) £75 Emergency appointment (non-registered patients) £99 Hygienist scale and polish from £65
  • Restorative
    Composite (white) fillings from £150 Root canal fillings from £400: Incisor £400 Premolar £450 Molar £500 Crowns/Bridges/Veneers £600/unit Composite bonding £250 per tooth Basic extractions £150 Complex extractions £300 Acrylic (plastic) dentures £550 - £750 Chrome (metal) dentures £750 - £950
  • Cosmetic
    Smile makeover consultation FREE Trial smile £250 Tooth whitening £299 Tooth straightening (Invisalign) from £2,000 - £3,850
  • Anti-Wrinkle Treatments
    One area £160 Two areas £220 Three areas £260
  • Mouthguards
    Night-guards from £80 Sports-guards from £80

Entitlement to Free NHS Dental Examinations & Treatment

You get free dental examinations if you are:

  • Aged under 25 

  • Aged 60 or over

Any subsequent treatment as a result of the free examination carries the appropriate charge.

You can get free NHS dental treatment if when the treatment starts you:

  • Are aged under 18

  • Are aged 18 and in full time education

  • Are pregnant or have had a baby within the 12 month before treatment starts

  • Are an NHS in-patient and the treatment is carried out by the hospital dentist

You are also entitled to free dental treatment if when the treatment starts or when the charge is made:

  • You or your partner receive certain benefits

  • You are on a low income, read Low Income Scheme

  • You are entitled to, or named on, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate

You can use the NHS online checker to see if you are entitled to help.

You will only pay one charge even if you need to visit more than once to complete a course of treatment.  

If you are referred to another dentist, you will still pay one charge (to the dentist who refers you).

If you need more treatment at the same charge level (e.g. an additional filling) within two months of seeing your dentist, this will be free of charge.

You should ask your dentist how much your individual treatment plan will cost. The dental practice may ask you to pay before beginning your treatment.

Claim a Refund for NHS Dental Charges

Use this form to claim a refund for dental charges if you are entitled to help with healthcare costs. Use the NHS online checker to see if you qualify.

You can request a printed copy of this form via email or by calling the publications order line on 0345 603 1108.

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