NHS Fee Schedule 2022
We are pleased to publish NHS fees for a selection of common types of dental treatment. These fees are only a guide and are for patients receiving and paying for NHS treatment.
For more information on the NHS and dentistry, visit the NHS Choices website.
Simpler Charging – Increased NHS dental charges from 14th December 2022
If you normally pay for NHS dental treatment, there are three standard charges. The amount you pay depends on what treatment you need.
NHS dental charges
There are three NHS charge bands.
Fees as of 14th December 2022
Includes an examination, diagnosis and advice. If necessary, it also includes X-rays, a scale and polish and planning for further treatment.
Includes all treatment covered by Band 1, plus additional treatment, such as fillings, root canal treatment and removing teeth (extractions).
Includes 1ll treatment covered by Bands 1 and 2, plus more complex procedures, such as crowns, dentures and bridges.
For more information, see What is included in each NHS dental band charge?
What if I need more treatment?
If, within two months of completing a course of treatment, you need more treatment from the same charge band or a lower one, for example another filling, you don’t have to pay anything extra.
However, after two months, you will have to pay an additional band charge.
Denplan Essentials Fees 2022
Annual Hygiene Appointments
Discount off Private Fees
Denplan Care Fees 2022
We are now taking NHS patients
An examination and assessment of oral health needs
Hygienist Appointment – 30 minutes
Hygienist Appointment – 40 minutes
Amalgam Filling – small
Amalgam Filling – medium
Amalgam Filling – large
White Fillings – front teeth
White Fillings – back teeth
£65 to £155
£405 per unit
Acrylic – Full Denture
£530 (per arch)
Acrylic – Partial Denture
Metal – Full Denture
£755 (per arch)
Addition to denture
£45 per tooth
Re-line (chairside soft)
£165 per arch