Market Street Dental – Dentist in Gainsborough

19 Market St, Gainsborough DN21 2BE

Price List

Examination - New Patient / Routine
£49 / £34.50
X-rays
free
Scale & Polish
£39 / £59
Amalgam Filling
£100
Composite Filling
£125
Metal Crown (non-precious)
£450
Full Gold Crown (precious)
£800
Porcelain Borded Crown
£450
All Ceramic Crown (zirconia / EMAX)
£550
Veneer (ceramic / composite)
£550 / £200
Bridge
*case dependant
Root Canal Single
£250
Root Canal Molar
£350
Re-root Canal
+£50
Extraction (simple / routine / complex)
£100 / £120 / £150
Surgical Extraction
£200
IV Sedation
£200
Emergency Appointment (private registered patients)
£29 + treatment cost
Private Cosmetic Acrylic Denture
£600
Flexible Denture (Valplast)
£700
Chrome Denture
£800
*upper and lower together
10% discount
Smile Design (wax up)
£50 per unit
Teeth Whitening
£249
Invisalign Go (upper and lower, includes FREE teeth whitening)
£2700
Invisalign Go Plus (upper and lower, includes FREE teeth whitening)
£3300
Fixed Retainer (per arch)
£125
Essix Retainer (per arch)
£125 single / £200 upper & lower
Vivera Retainers (x3)
£400 single / £600 upper & lower
Dental Implant & Crown
£2000
Extra Tooth on a Single Implant
£500 *case dependant
Bone Graft
£350
Socket Graft
£200
Crestal Sinus Lift / Graft
*case dependant
CT Scan (Market Rasen or Grimsby)
£110 single / £200 upper & lower
Full Implant Retained Overdenture
£5000 - £8000

NHS Dental Band Charges

Band 1

£25.80
  • This covers your dental examination and X-rays, it can include a scale to remove calculus if required
  • Fluoride varnish/fissure sealants

Band 2

£70.70
  • Everything in Band 1
  • Fillings (material dependant on site of tooth and suitability)
  • Root canal treatment
  • Extractions
  • NHS treatment for gum disease
  • Addition to dentures

Band 3

£306.80
  • This includes everything in Band 1 & Band 2
  • Crowns (material dependant on tooth position and suitability)
  • Dentures
  • Winged bridges

*Treatments such as veneers and braces are only available on the NHS if there’s a clinical need for them (not for cosmetic reasons). Similarly, other cosmetic treatments, such as teeth whitening, are not available on the NHS.

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