Who gets free treatment on the NHS?
- Anyone under 26 years
- Pregnant women
- Nursing mothers until their baby is 12 months
- Certified exemption from payment because of income, this can include:
- Income support
- Universal credit
- Jobseeker’s allowance
- Pension credit
- Tax credit
- Employment support allowance
NHS Dental Costs
Unless you fall into one of the above listed groups which entitles you to free NHS dental treatment, you will be required to pay 80% of the cost of your NHS dental treatment, to a maximum of £384.
*please note the NHS fee structure is complex and will vary from patient to patient, depending on treatment required.
|Two small X-rays||£11.04|
|Enhanced preventative advice and preventative treatments||£15.68|
|Emergency assessment and emergency treatment||£15.68|
|Oral hygiene and one session of deep gum treatment||£32.24|
|Simple one tooth extraction||£28.84|
|Root canal treatment and crown||£255.24-£384|
|Full upper and lower dentures||£344.32 - £384|
Should you require more information regarding pricing, please don’t hesitate to contact our practice using the form found on the CONTACT page.