Our Fees

Our patients are required to be registered with a general dental practitioner so that in the event of a dental emergency they can be managed appropriately by them.

Please enquire about the consultation fee with the receptionist when arranging the appointment.

Fees are dependent upon the investigation, management and treatment required for each individual case. A guide to treatment cost will be discussed with each patient and comprehensive treatment plans are usually confirmed by written correspondence.

Please note:

  • Planning for comprehensive cases may take more than one appointment.
  • Patients requiring specific Periodontal (gum) treatment; complex root canal treatment and extractions; orthodontics or implant surgery will be referred to appropriate specialists if required depending upon complexity of the treatment.

Below is a guideline to treatment fees:

 

Periodontal Prices

Periodontal Consultation including initial x-ray £215
Non-surgical Periodontal Therapy from £525 per half mouth
Waterlase/Laser Periodontal Therapy
(above may be used in combination)
from £650 per half mouth
Reassessment from £215
Supportive Periodontal Therapy from £150
Periodontal Surgery from £1100
Biomaterials additional charge at cost
Root coverage / soft tissue grafts from £1100
Additional materials will be charged separately at cost
Frenectomy from £850
Crown lengthening 1-3 teeth £900
4-5 teeth £1,200
>/ 6 teeth from £1,300
Walk-in Hygiene £150

*** Please note that the above treatments will often be combined to varying extents depending on the complexity of the case.

 

Restorative Prices

Restorative Consultation excluding initial x-rays £215
Radiograph (x-ray) £25 (each)
Review restorative appointment £150
Full Mouth Information Gathering £900
Direct Restoration – fillings/cores/bonding from £450
Indirect Restoration – crown/onlay/veneer/bridge from £2250
Extractions from £250
Denture – acrylic (temporary) from £750
Denture – metal/acrylic (definitive) from £3250

*** Please note that the above treatments will often be combined to varying extents depending on the complexity of the case.