Private Dental Prices

Our prices for private treatments are lower than the national average and particularly, lower than the Scottish average for private dental treatment.

We give you a rough idea of what to expect for various treatments below but it is always advisable to check with our receptionist or with your dentist for up to date prices.

New patient consultationNo charge
Routine examination£19
Second consultation£25
Root treatmentfrom £150
Hygienist appointment£35
White fillingsfrom £35-90
Teeth whitening£310
Dental implant (single implant)£1050
Dental implant (each of multiple)£1000
Implant and crown (including abutment)£1950
Porcelain veneer£390
Same day veneer£450
Porcelain crown£399
Lava/Procera crown (single crown)£450
Lava/Procera crown (each of multiple)£399
Six Month Smiles
(one arch)
Six Month Smiles
(both arches)
Removable Retainers
with Six Month Smiles
Inman Aligner£1450
STb Social 6 one arch£2500
Conventional Braces
(under 18)
£975 per arch
Conventional Braces
£1450 per arch
White Brackets
Snap on Smiles
(six teeth or fewer)
Snap on Smiles
(full arch)
(simple case one arch)
Full Cosmetic Denture
(one arch)
Full Cosmetic Denture
(upper and lower)
Partial Dentures
Partial Valplast£450
CBCT Scanfrom £175

Note: These are private dental prices not NHS prices. Prices for NHS treatments are set by the NHS and are the same for every NHS dentist. We know that it's not easy to plan for unexpected treatment and we try to take the pain away with our easy payment plans allowing you to spread the expense. We offer our dental patients interest free finance plans over six or 12 months. If you wish to spread the cost over a longer term, the current interest rate is 9.9% over 24 or 36 months. You will be applying directly for these deals from the comfort of your own computer but ask us for full terms and conditions and the link for making the application.


Payment can be made by Visa, Visa Debit, Switch, Mastercard, American Express, and all other major credit or debit cards. We also accept cheques or cash. Treatment needs to be paid for on the day it is carried out. Additionally you may need to make an advance payment for crowns, implants, veneers, dentures or bridge work.