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Liverpool Road Dental Practice26 Liverpool Road StokeStoke-on-TrentStaffordshire, ST4 1ATTel: 0330 1239134
We have been continuously taking on new patients at the practice however due to the backlog of patients caused by covid-19 we are unable to currently take on any new patients.
If you think you may be able to claim full or partial help with NHS dental charges, please let the reception team know at the first visit of each course of treatment.
Below are the NHS standard dental charges applicable from 1 April 2016. The charge you pay depends on the treatment you need to keep your mouth, gums and teeth healthy. You will only ever be asked to pay one charge for each complete course of treatment, even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it – either Band 1, Band 2 or Band 3. Some minor treatments, including having stitches removed or repair to dentures (if they can be mended), are free.
If you are not exempt from charges, you should pay one of the following charges for each course of treatment you receive.
This covers an examination, diagnosis (e.g. X-rays), advice on how to prevent future problems, a scale and polish if needed and application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealants. Emergency appointments are also chargeable at the Band 1 rate.
This covers everything listed in Band 1 above, plus any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work, extractions or Periodontal treatment.
This covers everything listed in Bands 1 and 2 above, plus crowns, bridges, dentures or veneers.
Please note that every NHS payment will generate a hand written NHS approved receipt which you must retain for your records. If you are a member of any private/work healthcare scheme that covers dentistry costs, please ensure you use this receipt towards any claim. If you require a duplicate receipt please ask a member of the reception team who will be happy to provide this.
Free NHS dental treatment or help with health costs
You may be eligible for help with all or part of the costs of your NHS dental treatment. To see if this applies to you, see the leaflet ‘NHS dental services in England’ which is available from any NHS dental practice or from www.dh.gov.uk/dentistry. Please be aware if you inform the practice you are eligible for free treatment when you are not entitled, you will be subject to a penalty charge from the NHSBSA where you will be required to pay the full cost of treatment received and a fine, which ranges from £100-£1000. It is important to ensure you are entitled for help with dental costs, and if you are unsure please contact the benefits department or tax credit helpline for further advice.
For advice on how to get help with health costs call 0845 850 1166 or see ‘Help with health costs’ (HC11), which is available from Jobcentre Plus offices, NHS dentists, or from www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk. We keep a stock of HC1 forms in practice so please ask a member of the reception team if you wish to receive one of these forms.
For further information on NHS dental services and dental charges, see the leaflet ‘NHS dental services in England’ or the more detailed ‘Guide to NHS dental services in England’ which is available from www.dh.gov.uk/dentistry or ask your Local Area Team office for advice.
Denplan operates on a 5 band system and each band is determined on a patient's dental history. Denplan is an affordable system for providing all preventative and conservative treatment and allows a patient to be involved in how they want to look after and maintain their teeth. Plans start from as little as £13.50 per month and is a way of ensuring ALL dental treatments needs are covered.
Each patient's overall oral health with be assessed at an initial consultation and this will be reflected in the monthly premium paid. For a lot of people, Denplan is an effective and affordable way of achieving optimal oral health.
Private treatment costs are dependant upon treatment needs and will be discussed on a consultation only basis. Please ask for further details on 03301239134
Scale and Polish
Direct Access Hygienist Session: £45.00
Our dental hygienist Georg can provide private scale and polish treatments without the need to see a dentist first. A scale and polish procedure can remove tartar and plaque and remove many of the everyday stains that build up on teeth leaving teeth thoroughly cleaner and fresher. You will also be advised of any early signs of problems such as gum disease and provided with advice on what to do next.
Air Polishing £65
Air polishing is a drill-less method of polishing that can be used to remove stains and surface discolouration from your teeth. It uses a pressurised stream of a non-toxic aluminium oxide powder which rapidly removes the surface marks. The small particles are made of silica, aluminium oxide or baking soda and aid in cleaning the tooth surface. Air abrasion allows for decay to quickly be removed while conserving healthy tooth structure. The particles and decay are then suctioned out of the mouth. Air polishing does not require a local anaesthetic.
Air abrasion is gentle because it generates no heat, sound, pressure or vibration. In addition, it reduces the need for anaesthesia, making it an ideal choice for patients with stained teeth and for those who may suffer any form of dental anxiety or phobia. To consider air polishing please discuss this with a member of the dental team or the practice Therapist.
Private examination £30
New patient examination £50 (includes xrays)
single x-ray from £10
White fillings from £90 + £30 for each additional surface
Extractions from £80
Surgical extractions from £120
Root canal Treatment -single root tooth from £300 + cost of restoration
Root canal Treatment - multiple root tooth from £450 + cost of restoration
Soft / hard bite guard from £80
Sports guard from £60 (dependant on colour/ colours and design)
Take home whitening £199
Fixed Orthodontics upper and lower arch from £1500 (depends on complexity)
Metal ceramic crown - from £400
Emax crown (metal free) - from £500
Bridge per unit - from £400
Inlay/ only from £350
Veneers from £400 per tooth
Classic from £800 - Standard high quality teeth with high impact acrylic.
Deluxe from £900 - natural looking high quality tooth with high impact acrylic and contouring to the acrylic.
Signature from £1000- the crème de la crème of dentures, includes shading on teeth, highest quality and most natural looking teeth with the strongest acrylic available and custom staining available on teeth and acrylic - giving the best aesthetics possible.
Flexi denture from £450