NHS Patients

We have been a long established practice providing a comprehensive range of Treatment for over 25 years. We welcome new patients.

Use our online booking system for all existing patients only or call us on 020 7727 9836

NHS appointments are only available Mon-Fri

We are currently accepting NHS patients.

All fees are correct as at 1 April 2019

NHS Fees

There are three standard charges for all NHS dental treatments:
  • Band 1 course of treatment – £22.70
    This covers an examination, diagnosis and advise. If necessary, it also includes x-rays, a scale and polish(if clinically required) and further planning of treatment.
  • Band 2 course of treatment – £62.10
    This covers an examination, diagnosis and advise. If necessary, it also includes x-rays, a scale and polish(if clinically required) and further planning of treatment.
  • Band 3 course of treatment – £269.30
    This covers an examination, diagnosis and advise. If necessary, it also includes x-rays, a scale and polish(if clinically required) and further planning of treatment.
  • Replacement Dental Appliance – £80.70                                                                                                                                  If you need a replacement for a lost or broken NHS denture, bridge or orthodontic appliance, your dental practice will charge you.The current charge is £80.70 per appliance.You will have to pay the NHS charge even if you normally qualify for free or reduced cost NHS dental services, but you may be able to claim a refund if:
    • paying the charge caused you undue financial hardship, or
    • you took reasonable care of the appliance

    To claim a refund download and print the form FP17R11 (PDF: 61.6KB) and send it with your receipts to:

    If your appliance needs to be replaced due to wear and tear or because your clinical needs have changed, the normal band 3 charge-£269.30 will apply unless you are entitled to free or reduced cost NHS dental services.  

For all existing patient examination appointments, the fee shall be collected upon arrival, and the relevant treatment charges will be collected upon booking appointments.

For all new patient examination and all emergency appointments, the relevant fee will be collected upon bookings.

Refunds

If you pay NHS dental treatment charges then find out that you’re entitled to free or reduced cost treatment, you can claim a refund. You must make your refund claim within three months of paying charges by filling in the Refund form available at the practice.

NHS Care

NHS Care – “The NHS provides all the treatment necessary to secure and maintain your preventative care. There are some treatments (mainly cosmetic) that are not normally available under the NHS and you may choose to have these provided privately. You may also choose to have some treatment provided privately as an alternative to NHS treatment. The dentist will discuss these options with you so that you can make an informed choice.”