We are proud to offer NHS dental services to all of our patients. We offer regular check-ups so your teeth always look their best and we can tackle any problems together.

NHS dentistry is not an economy product, we use exactly the same materials as private dentists and we use the same laboratories when we are providing crowns, bridges, dentures or veneers.

For children we encourage the placement of fluoride to help strengthen teeth and prevent decay and Fissure Sealants help protect teeth too!

Not only is NHS dentistry more affordable than private dentistry, the price structure is easier to understand too! Below is a list of prices and we're sure you will be pleased to see that the most you will have to pay for a course of NHS treatment is £219.


  • Clinical Examination
  • X-Rays
  • Scaling and polishing
  • Preventative work
  • Diagnosis


  • Simple Treatment
  • Check Ups
  • Surgical Procedures
  • Fillings
  • Extractions
  • Root Canal Treatment


  • Complex treatments
  • Laboratory element
  • Bridgework
  • Crowns
  • Dentures


  • X-Rays
  • Dressings
  • Re-Cementing Crowns
  • Emergency Extraction
  • Emergency Fillings


Patients that are under 18 may be eligible for free treatment under the NHS. This is to provide cover for those patients who require Orthodontic treatment for health and medical reasons.

We will assess patients on this basis using a scale known as the Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN). Examples include severe over-crowding of the teeth, missing teeth, or acute mis-alignment of the teeth, which may be granted NHS treatment.

Treatments for less severe issues or for cosmetic reasons are not readily available on the NHS; however, we would be happy to discuss other options with you including private care using financial pay-back schemes.

All treatments, whether carried out privately or on the NHS are carried out to a high standard by our highly experienced Orthodontists. NHS patients may be subject to a waiting list.

For more information about NHS services simply follow this link, www.nhs.uk