NHS dentistry consists of both major and minor dental care treatments for people who are in urgent need. The general treatments under NHS include – crowns, dentures and bridges. NHS also offers various treatments such as dental implants and orthodontics along with the medical needs of the patients. They follow a particular band scheme for making the payment.
Role of an NHS dentist:
Conduct a thorough diagnosis of your teeth, mouth and gums.
Provide an initial consultation with the dentist before the treatment.
Offer detailed information about the payment procedure, as designed by the NHS.
Complete information related to oral health care.
How to schedule an appointment with an NHS dentist:
When you book our NHS dental services, we will check your basic details like name, date of birth and contact details to schedule your first appointment. Our NHS dentists will ensure to deliver the best dental service for the best possible result. We feel great pride in being a child-friendly clinic that offers fully free NHS services to children below the of 18.
To book an appointment with our dentists, give us a call at 02073886108 or review us on Google. The charge you will have to pay will depend on the treatment you need to perform for your healthy gums, teeth and mouth. You will be charged only for the services offered in each band, even for several visits to complete the procedure. If you are not excused from the charges, you should pay any of these charges for each course of treatment obtained:
NHS dental charges:
Band 1: £23.80 covers a thorough diagnosis, examination and advice. If necessary, X-rays, scale and polish and planning for other treatments will also be done.
Band 2: £65.20 covers all kinds of treatments included by Band 1 along with other procedures like a root canal, fillings, and tooth extractions.
Band 3: £282.80 includes all the treatments that are covered by Bands 1 and 2 with other complicated methods such as dentures, bridges and crowns.