Price List

Price List

Please note: Treatment fees below are a guide only. All patients will be provided with a bespoke treatment plan with estimated costs provided after consultation with your dentist.

Interest-free finance options are also available, please ask the reception team for details.

All procedures that require more than 30 minutes booking, a 25% deposit will be taken to secure future bookings except for new patient consultations, which are charged at the full amount to secure the booking. 

Examinations & Consultations

New Patient Consultation (Adult)£90
New Patient Consultation (Child 0-5 Years)Free
New Patient Consultation (Child 5-17 Years)£50
Routine Dental Examination / Checkup (Adult)£50
Routine Dental Examinations / Checkup (Child 0-5 Years)Free
Routine Dental Examinations / Checkup (Child 5-17 Years)£30
Emergency Appointment£55
(Excludes Treatment Fee)
Radiographs (X-rays – BW, PA, OCC)£12 Each
Radiographs (X-rays – OPG)£70 Each


Direct Access£86
New Patient£86
Routine 40 Minutes£86
Routine 30 Minutes£72
Child 5-17 Years£50

Restorative Dentistry

Cavity Restorations (Fillings)From £120
(Dependant on surface and size of tooth)
ExtractionsFrom £220
Surgical ExtractionsFrom £450
Root Canal Treatment (RCT)From £500
InlaysFrom £750
CrownsFrom £700
(Dependant on the material used Porcelain, Gold or Zirconia)
BridgesFrom £600
VeneersFrom £600
Dentures (Acrylic)From £700
Dentures (Chrome Cobalt)From £850
SplintsFrom £220
MouthguardsFrom £90

Cosmetic Dentistry

Tooth WhiteningAutograph £350
Enlighten £750
Retainers (Essix)£150 (Per Arch)
Retainers (Vivera)From £450
Invisalign – Lite CaseFrom £2,500
Invisalign – Full CaseFrom £3,300
Invisalign – Teen CaseFrom £3,500
Orthodontics (Metal Fixed – Children 12-17 Years)From £1,700
Orthodontics (Metal Fixed – Adult)From £3,500
Orthodontics (Ceramic Fixed – Adult)From £3,500
Orthodontics (Champagne Fixed – Adult)From £3,500
Dental ImplantsFrom £2,500
Smile Fast (Composite Bonding)From £2,000

Emergency Information

For out of hours help please contact our emergency line below:

Emergency Out of Hours Contact Number

However, if you are experiencing significant bleeding that won’t stop, severe pain that is not helped by painkillers, or significant facial trauma, visit your local A&E department right away. Out of hours, you can also call NHS 111 for further medical advice.