Choice of Private Treatment
Treatment that is not allowed on the NHS will be made available to patients who request it as a private treatment. A full estimate and treatment plan will be given to you in writing before treatment commences (at your initial consultation).
As well as NHS treatment, Horton Dental Practice offers a wide range of private dental treatments. Please note that the following fees should be treated as a guide only. A 50% deposit is required prior to booking any private dental treatment, this is fully refundable if the appointment is cancelled or rearranged with at least 24 hours notice.
|New Patient Examination and Urgent Examination (inc. all required x-rays)
|Routine Examination (once registered)
|Composite (White) Fillings
|£120 - £180
|Root Canal Treatments
|Crowns & Veneers
|From £450 per unit
|Hygienist Session (30 minutes)
|Anti Wrinkle Injections
|One Area: £180, Two Areas: £250, Three Areas: £300
We provide the full range of treatment on the NHS including crowns, bridges and dentures allowing us to give complete dental care at the lowest possible cost.
What are the new NHS patient charges?
If you pay for NHS dental treatment, there are three standard charges. The amount you pay depends on the treatment you might need to keep your teeth and gums healthy. All charges apply to an overall course of treatment, and not the individual items within the course of treatment. You will only pay one charge for each course of treatment – even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it
If you need more treatment within the same charge band (for example, an additional filling) within two months of completing a course of treatment, you do not have to pay anything extra.
New NHS Fees – Effective as of 24 April 2023
Covers an examination, diagnosis and advice. If necessary, it also includes X-rays, a scale and polish (if clinically needed), and planning for further treatment.
Covers all treatment included in Band 1, plus additional treatment, such as fillings, root canal treatment and removing teeth (extractions).
Covers all treatment included in Bands 1 and 2, plus more complex procedures, such as crowns, dentures and bridges.