Fee guide

Raby Road Dental Centre provides dental treatment to NHS and private patients, with fees and dental finance options to reflect this.

 
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Dental Treatment Fee Guide For NHS & Private Patients


Dentistry is one of the few NHS services where patients have to pay a contribution to the cost of their care. The cost is dependent on the type of treatment you will need. There are exceptions to this however, as some patients are entitled to free NHS dental treatment.

Information on NHS dental charges can be found below and are reproduced from the NHS website. Charges are due to change from 1st April 2020.

Private patient fees can be found below. Please call reception or ask your dentist for our latest Denplan and Practice plan fees.

Patient Finance

At Raby Road Dental centre we offer 0% finance for our patients. Please contact reception for your free consultation and to find out more.

Private Dental Charges

EMERGENCY APPOINTMENT
For dental emergencies during normal working hours £75

 

Treatment


Price


Complex Treatment Plan
For patients who require extensive amounts of work more planning will be necessary. This will include the taking of study models, more x-rays and a written report. These will incur an additional fee, dependant on each case
Routine Repeat Examination
Regular patient, examination only
£45.00
Regular child, examination only
£30.00
Regular patient, examination + light scale and polish with dentist
£67.00
New patient, half an hour, including x-rays
£75.00
Crowns
Study Models (per set) £35.00
Full gold crown £600.00
Porcelain bonded crown £470.00
Cosmetic porcelain / glass ceramic crown (no metal) £500.00
Veneers
£500.00
Bleaching (tray / home) £300.00
Implants
From £2100.00
Dentures
Full dentures (upper and lower) £900.00
Full upper (or lower) denture £550.00
Part denture (per denture) each £550.00
Chrome denture each £800.00
Valplast (flexible denture) £820.00
Clear clasps (extra) each £90.00
Fillings
White (plastic) - minimum
£85.00 - £150.00
Porcelain Inlay
£450.00
Gold Inlay
£450.00
Root Filling (depending on which tooth)
from £250.00 - £600.00
Preventative Treatment
Gum Shield (double thickness, any colour) for contact sports £75.00
Extraction Surgical (depending on the complexity and tooth) £110.00 - £150.00
Oral surgery with Oral Surgeon (1 tooth) £150.00 - £210.00
I.V. Sedation with Oral Surgeon £180.00 per hour
Acupuncture
Initial appointment £100.00
Follow up appointments £65.00
Hygienist
per appointment £42.00
Botox
For 1 area £120.00
For 2 areas £180.00
For 3 areas £210.00
Dermal Fillers
Per 1 ml £180.00
Payment Terms Our accounts must always be settled as treatment progresses and in the case of individual specialised items of laboratory work, payment is due before the fitting date.
* Price dependent on area to be treated and will be discussed at free initial consultation.

NHS Dental Charges

The charge you pay depends on the treatment you need to keep your mouth, gums and teeth healthy. You will only ever be asked to pay one charge for each complete course of treatment, even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it – either Band 1, Band 2 or Band 3. 

Band 1 course of treatment – £22.70

  • Examination

  • Diagnosis (eg X-rays)

  • Advice on how to prevent future problems

  • Scale and polish (if needed)

  • Application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealants (if needed)

Band 2 course of treatment – £62.10

  • Examination

  • Diagnosis (eg X-rays)

  • Advice on how to prevent future problems

  • Scale and polish (if needed)

  • Application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealants (if needed)

  • Plus, any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work
    or if your dentist needs to take out one or more of your teeth

Band 3 course of treatment – £269.30

  • Examination

  • Diagnosis (eg X-rays)

  • Advice on how to prevent future problems

  • Scale and polish (if needed)

  • Application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealants (if needed)

  • Plus, any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work or if your dentist needs to take out one or more of your teeth. plus crowns, dentures, bridges


Free of Charge Treatments

There is no dental charge for:

  • Denture repairs

  • Removal of stitches

  • Stop blood loss

  • If your Dentist only has to write out a prescription – however, if you pay for your prescriptions, you'll have to pay the usual prescription charge of £8.60 when you collect your medicine(s)