Frequently Asked Questions
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How much will my treatment cost?
NHS examinations are free. Your treatment cost will depend on your need. NHS fees are set by the government. Any treatment you require will be discussed fully including pricing. In addition you will always be given a written estimate of estimated costs. Our staff will be happy to discuss the costings further if you require.
A simplified guide is at the foot of this page.
How long will it take to register?
As mentioned you are required to have a dental examination with one of our dentists to register as a patient. This appointment will take 15 - 20 minutes and any further appointments required will be discussed with you at this appointment depending on your dental need.
What if I am nervous?
All of our team - dentists, nurses and receptionists are sensitive to each of our patients needs. We want you to have a relaxing, enjoyable experience at our practice and will take the time required to ensure you feel at ease at all times.
Do I have to pay for my dental treatment?
Not all patients are required to pay for dental treatments depending on your circumstances. Please see the Free NHS Services for qualifying patients page to determine if you are eligible for free treatment.
I am a student - do I have to pay?
If you are 18 and in full time education you will be exempt from NHS dental charges
updated 09 September 2016
Scale and Polish £ 10.76
Xray £ 3.36
Fillings - White range from £ 13.80 - £ 28.32
small £ 7.32
medium £ 14.24
large £ 18.80
Root Canal range from £ 39.56 - £ 82.80
Simple £ 13.51
Hard £ 18.80 - £ 46.50
Full upper and full lower set - £178.28
Anterior £ 104.12
Posterior £ 79.48
Core post £30.12
Bridge from £179.72 - Dependant on size