Ways to pay

We offer dentistry that’s an investment in your health and well-being, and always with a choice of payment options to suit your budget. We don’t want finance to be a barrier to you receiving the care that you deserve.

Interest Free Finance available

After your initial assessment, we‘ll provide you with a written estimate of dental treatment that we may advise. If our plan changes during treatment, we will then inform you of any changes suggested and of their costs.

For simple forms of treatment, we ask that you pay for treatment as it occurs. For laboratory based treatments, we ask for 50% of the cost at the time of preparation of your tooth and full settlement at the time of placement. For more complex forms of treatment, we can arrange interest free payment options over 1 or 2 years.

Ask one of our team if you would like more information about how each scheme operates,
or email if you have a specific fee request or need further information.

A Guide To Our Fees

Once we have seen you, we can provide you with an accurate estimate for any dental work that we decide together that you require and upon ways that you may spread payment.

Here are some of our more commonly asked for fees:

New Patient consultation – £125
Includes set of small x rays, photographs, mouth cancer check and an estimate for future work.

Large X Ray to scan teeth and jaws – £50

Hygienist Appointments:
Supportive maintenance or initial assessment – £120 per hour
Periodontal therapy appointment to treat gum disease – £150 per hour

Fillings – £100 – £250

Onlays, Crowns and Veneers – £950 – £1100

Soft Splint, Mouthguard – £175

B Splint Appliance / Bite Guard – £400

Root Filling – £600 – £850

In Office Whitening Including Trays for maintenance – £600

Tray Whitening alone – £200 – £300

Extractions – £100 – £300

Dentures – £400 – £2,000

Orthodontic Consultation £95

Removable Braces  £1,750 – £4,000

Fixed Braces £2,500 – £8,000

Implants from £2,600 including the crown

Botulinum Toxin £300

Facial Fillers £350 – £600