NHS Fee Guide
NHS Dental Charges
Find Out What’s Included In Each NHS Dental Band Charge
What If I Need More Treatment?
If the additional treatment needed is in a higher band, you’ll have to pay for the new NHS course of treatment.
But once 2 months have passed after completing a course of treatment, you’ll have to pay the NHS charge band for any NHS dental treatment received.
Certain treatments (including lost items) are guaranteed for 12 months from the date they were completed.
Treatments provided under this guarantee must be similar or related to the original treatment, but they do not have to be like for like.
Emergency Or Urgent Treatment
If you require urgent care, you’ll pay a Band 1 charge of £23.80.
Most urgent treatments can be done in one appointment.
Once your urgent course of treatment is complete, you may be advised to make another appointment for a separate course of non-urgent treatment.
In this case, the relevant NHS banding charge will apply.
When You Do Not Have To Pay
There’s no dental charge:
For denture repairs
To have stitches removed
If your dentist has to stop blood loss
If your dentist only has to write out a prescription – but if you pay for prescriptions, you'll have to pay the usual prescription charge of £9.35 when you collect your medicine(s).
Referral To Another Dentist
Your dentist will inform you how much you have to pay.
If you’re referred to a private dentist (and you accept this option), you’ll: