Thornhill Dental Practice
Tel: 02380 407555
Thornhill Dental Practice
68-70 Warburton Road, Thornhill, Southampton, SO19 6HQ
Thornhill Dental Practice - Dental Care for Children
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Private Dental Price List

These are treatments considered clinically unnecessary by the Government. If you wish to have them they will have to be provided by us to you on a private basis at the current prices, which are subject to change without notice. Once a course of treatment has commenced, we will not raise the prices as long as the course of treatment is completed within three months.

A full estimate and treatment plan will be given to you in writing before treatment commences (after your initial consultation).


Item

Cost




Examination including simple scale

£25.00




Scale and Polish

£40.00




X-Rays (small per film)

£7.50









Fillings

Small

Medium

Large


Amalgam

£25.00

£40.00

£50.00


Composite

£40.00

£70.00

£85.00


Glass ionomer

£30.00

£45.00

£55.00







Crowns

From £250.00 to £400.00 per unit


Post and core

From £50.00


Bridges

From £300 per unit


Ceramic Inlays

From £250.00


Dentures





Chrome

From £300.00


Acrylic

From £150.00


Full Dentures upper/lower

From £500.00







Bleaching





Upper and lower arch- including trays

From £300.00


Single arch

From £150.00


Additional syringes

£20.00


Single tooth bleaching

£125.00


Mouthguards - child

£40.00


Mouthguards – adult

£55







Treatment plans may vary as treatment continues. In these cases new estimates will be provided in writing to the patient and you will be informed by the dentist of the alterations. This may be whilst you are in the surgery and in the middle of treatment so it will be impossible to provide you with a new written estimate before the treatment is performed. In this case the dentist will tell you the additional cost, gain your consent to continue and make a note on your clinical treatment records. If you are unsure of anything at any time, please ask your dentist, nurse or reception for more information. It is important to us that you understand your treatment and the charges.