|Fees correct as of April 1st
The following fees are correct as at 17 October 2017 and should be used as a guide only. Please call us on 020 8852 3000 to confirm up-to-date fees.
|Cleaning & Gum Treatments|
|Scale & Polish||£49|
|Scaling 2 visits||£98|
|Scaling 3 visits||£147|
|Home Tooth Whitening||£220|
|Zoom In-chair Whitening||£355|
|Top Up Treatments||£25 Per Syringe|
|Internal Whitening||from £155|
|Root Canal Treatment|
|Root Canal Per Tooth||£250|
|Re-root Canal Treatment||from £300|
|Crowns, Bridges & Veneers|
|Gold Inlay||from £300|
|Gold Crown||from £399|
|White Inlay||from £300|
|White Crown||from £360|
|Emax Crown||from £450|
|Porcelain Veneer||from £400|
|Composite Veneer||from £170|
|Conventional Bridgework||from £400 per unit|
|Adhesive bridge||from £460|
|Shade matching by lab||from £85|
|Small White Filling||from £60|
|Medium White Filling||from £110|
|Large White Filling||from £150|
|Small Amalgam Filling||from £35|
|Medium Amalgam Filling||from £45|
|Large Amalgam Filling||from £55|
|Acrylic Denture||from £300|
|Chrome Denture||from £640|
|Addition of tooth/clasp||from £95|
|Adjustment of denture||from £40|
|Denture repair||from £75|
|Simple Extraction||from £60|
|Complex Extraction||from £110|
|Urgent Appointment||£30 (Plus Any Treatment)|
|Clear Braces orthodontics|
|Mild single / both arches||from £1800/2500|
|Moderate single / both arches||from £2300/3500|
|Severe single / both arches||from £3200/4300|
|Implants||from £2300 each|
|Impacted wisdom tooth extraction||from £340 each|
|Other treatments available||please ask for a fee guide.|
Can I get free treatment?
Yes. Free NHS treatment is available.
Check the following categories to see if you qualify.
- Income Support
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
- Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance
- Pension Credit guarantee credit
- You are named on a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate or you are entitled to an NHS tax credit exemption certificate
- You are named on a valid HC2 certificate
- Aged under 18
- Under 19 and receiving full-time education
- Pregnant or have had a baby in the previous 12 months
Is there any other help if I don't qualify?
Yes. Help may still be available for NHS charges, particularly if you are a student, pensioner, working part-time or on a low income.
You will need to complete an HC1 form. These are available from our receptionist. On successful application, any charges you have paid will be reimbursed by the DSS. Please keep your receipts.
Alternatively, you may wish to complete the form prior to making an appointment, in which case only the charges outlined in your DSS certificate will need to be paid. Please bring your returned HC1 form with you.
For a full list of fees and help with costs visit Department of Health.