Dental Fees

Dental Fees Made Clear: Your Smile’s Worth Every Penny.

Dental Fees at The Private Dental Centre

We believe in transparency surrounding our pricing on consultations, denture services, restorations, surgical and general dentist treatments.

Pay As You Go Dental Fees:

General Dentistry

  • New patient consultation (including x-ray, adult) £100
  • New patient consultation (5 - 15 years - must join Membership Plan) FREE
  • New patient consultation (Under 5 years) FREE
  • Routine dental health examination (including x-ray) £70
  • Hygienist visit (maintenance) £85

Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Teeth whitening £465
  • Fillings (silver) from £150
  • Fillings (white) from £160
  • Extractions from £90
  • Root canal treatment from £600
  • Crowns from £750
  • Veneers (per unit) from £750
  • Bridge (per unit) from £750
  • Dentures from £995
  • Invisalign® from £3200 to £4200

Membership Plans

At The Private Dental Centre there are two payment options available for your dental care. You can pay for your dental treatment as you go along or you can join our dental membership plan.

Members will be eligible for the following

  • Regular dental health checks and gum assessments

  • Professional hygiene care

  • Discounts on most dental treatments

  • Worldwide Dental Trauma and Emergency Callout Dental Scheme

  • Treatment planning for your future dental needs

  • Redundancy protection for your monthly payments for up to 12 months. Please speak to one of our team for further details on the full range of benefits our members are entitled to.

Membership Dental Fees:

General Dentistry

  • New patient consultation (including x-ray, adult) £100
  • New patient consultation (5 - 15 years - must join Membership Plan) FREE
  • New patient consultation (Under 5 years) FREE
  • Routine dental health examination x2 included
  • Hygienist visit (maintenance) x2 included
  • X-rays (each) included

Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Teeth whitening £372
  • Fillings (silver) from £120
  • Fillings (white) from £128
  • Extractions from £72
  • Root canal treatment from £480
  • Crowns from £600
  • Veneers (per unit) from £600
  • Bridge (per unit) from £600
  • Dentures from £796
  • Invisalign® from £3200 to £4200

Our Pricing

A written estimate will always be given before any treatment is undertaken.

Complimentary Invisalign® and ClearCorrect consultation appointments are available upon request.

Our current standard monthly membership fee is £24.15, which provides routine bi-annual appointments and a 20% discount on our private fees as shown above.

We also offer:

  • Alternative Dental Membership for children and students, click here to find out more.
  • 5% administration discount

Our Dental Scheme Policy Includes:

WORLDWIDE DENTAL TRAUMA

Dental Scheme to protect against the cost of large unforeseen accidental damage.

EMERGENCY CALLOUT DENTAL SCHEME

Should you need a dentist in an emergency, anywhere in the world.

REDUNDANCY PROTECTION

For your monthly payments for up to 12 months.

Ways To Pay

We accept payment via credit card, debit card, cheque or cash.

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) are a set of standards which aim to ensure all merchants who store, process or transmit card payments do so securely.

We currently hold a PCI DSS Certificate of Compliance for these standards.

If you are a member of our monthly plan, then we will collect your monthly payment by Direct Debit around the 8th of each month. We ask that you would be kind enough to pay for your treatment at each visit.

If you wish to pay for your treatment in advance, we offer a 5% administration discount for treatments over £500.00.

Spreading The Cost Of Your Treatment

We realise that while many people would like to benefit from the treatments available, sometimes it can be more convenient to spread the cost.

Anyone who is ordinarily a resident in the UK can apply, provided they have suitable means of making the monthly payments which will be collected by direct debit.

Please contact us directly at the practice for more information, to discuss your options or to set-up treatment options.

Where required by law, loans will be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Consumer Credit Act.