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Fees
From December 1st 2018

Dental treatment fees at Abbey Road Dental in St John's WoodSt John's Wood dentist review

Treatment Fee
Examination
New patient examination including full mouth assessment, oral cancer check, intraoral pictures and x-rays as necessary and a written treatment estimate 85
Routine examination 55
Extensive consultation with David Bloom 90
Small X-ray (each) 12
Emergency appointment (excluding treatment) 90
Children
New patient exam for children + Goody Bag 35
Routine examination for children + Goody Bag 25
Fissure sealant (per) 40
Hygienist Services
Direct Access periodontal assessment and treatment + Gift Bag 125
Full comprehensive initial periodontal assessment and treatment + Gift Bag 125
Regular recall and maintenance from 85
Air Polish from 99
Children’s hygienist appointment from 65
(including plaque check, diet assessment, disclosing and brushing technique and fluoride treatment if applicable)
Fillings
Anterior composite restorations 120-195
Posterior composite restorations 160-195
Temporary restoration 55
Treatment Fee
Crowns Veneers and Inlays
Porcelain bonded crown from 670
In-Ceram Crown from 895
E max crowns from 895
Gold Crown from 750
Porcelain veneer from 895
Composite Inlay from 895
Gold inlay from 895
Porcelain Inlay from 895
Root canal
Root canal treatment(depending on tooth) 700-900
Surgical
Extraction 150-250
Dentures
Quotation will be given at exam appointment
Whitening - Look out for seasonal discounts (Check our newsletters)
Enlighten whitening 495
In surgery 'Zoom' whitening, including take home trays and gel. 595
Cfast orthodontic treatment
One Arch from 1800
Both Arches from 2800
Fixed and removable retention per arch 275

 

Please note that fees may vary but will be confirmed at the initial consultation. A written estimate will be given before commencement of treatment.

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