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We offer DPAS dental scheme
dpas care plan is a pay monthly scheme.
Ask a member of staff for more details on how to join.
You've chosen the right dentist.
Your needs will always be the first priority. The treatment plan will be formulated with your best interest in mind.
There will always be a treatment taylor made to suit your needs.
All the options will be presented and discussed .
You are guaranteed to get the best treatment available at the best price possible.
Treatment Pay fee per item DPAS maintenance plan DPAS care plan
new patient (includes 2 xrays) £76 free n/a
Routine consultation £41 free free
Xrays (each) £6 free free
Routine scale and polish £41 free free
Light scale and polish
(reduced number of teeth) £18 free free
Amalgam (silver) fillings £94 to £151 £75 to £122 free
White (resin) fillings £94 to £210 £75 to £145 free
Crowns £510 £420, £447 Lab fee (aprox £65)
Bridges Number of teethX£510 Number of teethX£420, £447 number ofteethX£52
Planned extraction £88 £70,£75 free
Emergency extraction £116 £94, £99 free
Surgical extraction £116 £99, £94 free
Root canal treatment incisor,canine £350 £280, £298 free
Root canal re-treatment
incisor,canine £409 £327 ,£347 free
Root canal treatment premolar £409 £327 , £347 free
Root canal re-treatment premolar £467 £374 , £397 free
Root canal treatment molar £467 £374 ,£397 free
Root canal re-treatment molar £525 £420 ,£446 free
Dentures full archesX2 £993 £794 Lab fee ( aprox £220)
Dentures full 1 Arch £525 £445 Lab fee (aprox £110)
Partial dentures acrylic 1-3 teeth £468 £374 Lab fee (aprox £95)
Partial dentures acrylic 4-8 teeth £490 £392 Lab fee (aprox £95)
Partial denture acrylic 9-14 teeth £514 £398 Lab fee (aprox £110)
Chrome dentures £1021 £816 Lab fee (aprox £250)
Casual patient emergency
appointment during surgery hours £64 n/a n/a
DPAS is a monthly payment scheme that allows you to budget the cost of your dental treatment and prevention routine.
This information has been updated 28/09/2019.
Preventative care, check-up at least once a year
You should come for a check-up at least once a year to make sure that you are looking after your teeth and gums properly and to have their condition checked. If you have sensitive teeth or gingivitis, it would be a good idea to have a check-up every six months.
Our tip: ask for our advice and make your next appointment at the end of each visit.
Any further questions?
Call us on 01305 783961 or contact us directly using the contact form.