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The cost of our services

We are a private practice and as such do not offer NHS subsidy.

We offer the following two methods of payment;


Fee-per-item in which a fee is charged for each treatment carried out. We normally ask for payment to be made after each appointment, and a deposit is usually required prior to more complex treatments. We accept cash, cheques and most credit or debit cards. The list of charges below is by no means exhaustive, but hopefully will give an idea of the costs of the more common treatments.

Treatment type Cost
Examinations Routine check-up (adult)
Routine check-up (child)
New patient assessment (adult)
New patient assessment (child)
X-rays Small
Fillings White filling
from £85.00
Extraction Simple
from £85.00
from £127.50
Root canal treatment  
from £270.00
Tooth whitening Upper and lower
Hygiene Hygienist 30 minute maintenance
Hygienist 60 minute complex therapy
Crowns/Veneers Crown (gold)
Crown (ceramic)
from £500.00
Bridges Adhesive (per tooth)
from £350.00
Cemented (per tooth)
from £450.00
Dentures Complete set
Upper or lower (plastic)
from £350.00
Upper or Lower (metal-based)
from £975.00
Implants Dental implants
from £2,200

Fees correct as of 27th March 2019

Dental plans

A monthly payment is taken from your bank to cover routine maintenance including check-ups, hygiene visits and x-rays. These plans have the advantage of including an insurance element which covers out-of-hours emergencies, and the repair of teeth damaged by external trauma, both home and abroad. They also offer a significant discount for most treatment costs.

The adult plan is Denplan Essentials and we have a similar kids plan, Denplan for Children.
The benefits and costs are as follows;

Denplan essentials

Band A B C D E
Cost (monthly) £7.31 £12.77 £17.72 £21.17 £30.24
Check-ups per year 1 1 1 2 2
Hygiene visits per year 0 1 2 2 4
X-rays included Included Included Included Included Included
Treatment discount 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%
Insurance benefits Call out fee, Worldwide holiday cover, Trauma cover, Hospital stay benefits, oral cancer care costs.

Fees correct as of 27th March 2019

Full details of both the available plans are available at