There is a new series of NHS charges announced for 2018-2019.
Dentistry is amongst the few NHS services where you need to pay a specific contribution towards your care cost. There are usually three standard charges for NHS dental treatment. These charges are going to be in effect from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019. The information discussed on this specific page explains what you need to pay for NHS dental treatment.
A thorough examination, diagnosis followed by x-rays. You will have to see your dentist for severe pain, excessive bleeding or swelling.
All the treatments in band one along with other procedures such as relining of dentures, tooth fillings, and extractions.
All the treatments in bands one and two with more complicated methods such as dentures, bridges or crowns.
The above information has been collected from the Department of Health, and this information is a guideline only.
Your dentist will evaluate the needs of the individuals to see if they fulfill the criteria for the above-discussed treatments. Both Northern Ireland and Scotland are yet operating under the old NHS system without having any plans to change; some charges have been laid out below as a rule only since prices will differ.