Our Fees

Dental plans and finance help for private dental procedures in Townley House Dental Practice

Here are Townley House Dental Practice’s pricing plans for all patients in Oundle, Peterborough, Corby and the surrounding areas

DPAS Essentials Plan
£21.23
per month
This plan provides essential dental care at a price you can afford. For just £21.23 per month you will receive two check-ups, any necessary X-rays and two hygiene appointments each year.
Any restorative care such as bridges, dentures, fillings and crowns are paid for at independent/private fee rates, less a 10% discount.
DPAS Care Plan
£18.04
per month
Offers more comprehensive cover than the essentials scheme. A regular monthly payment covers not only the cost of routine and preventive care such as examinations, X-rays, fillings and hygiene visits, but also root fillings and gum treatment. Major restorative work such as crowns, bridges and dentures also come under the plan. With the DPAS Care Plan, you can be covered from a little as £18.04 per month.
DPAS Children’s Plan
£7.33
per month
This children’s dental plan provides the same cover as the essentials for only £7.33 per month. All of our payment plans also include accident trauma cover and 24-hour worldwide emergency cover.

Fee guide
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TREATMENT PRICES 2024

Affordable dental care for you and your family

We know very well that navigating dental pricing can be overwhelming. At Townley House Dental Practice, we are committed to providing transparent pricing and affordable dental care for our patients, therefore, we will always discuss all dental procedures and their costs with you and will explore ways to make dental care more accessible for everyone.

Transparent and easy to understand

Our pricing is designed to be transparent and easy to understand, with no hidden fees or surprises. We offer competitive rates for a wide range of dental services, from routine check-ups and cleanings to more complex procedures such as fissure sealants, root canals, and dental implants. Before any treatment begins, we will provide you with a detailed estimate of the costs involved, so you can make informed decisions about your dental care.

Common Dental Procedures and Costs

Routine check-ups and cleanings: Regular dental check-ups and cleanings are essential for maintaining optimal oral health. The cost of these services depends on various factors, such as the complexity of the cleaning and any additional treatments needed.

Fillings: Fillings are used to repair cavities and restore damaged teeth. The cost of fillings varies depending on the size and location of the cavity, as well as the type of material used. Composite fillings, which match the colour of your natural teeth, may be slightly more expensive but offer better aesthetics.

Crowns: Crowns are needed to restore and strengthen damaged or weakened teeth, providing protection and improving overall oral health. The cost of dental crowns may vary depending on factors such as the type of crown, the complexity of the procedure, and any additional treatments needed.

Root canal treatments: Root canal treatments are necessary when the pulp inside your tooth becomes infected or damaged. The cost of a root canal can vary depending on the tooth being treated and the complexity of the procedure. While root canals may seem expensive, they are often more cost-effective than extracting and replacing the tooth with a dental implant or bridge.

Dentures: Dentures are needed to replace missing teeth, restore oral function, and enhance the appearance of the smile. The cost of dentures can vary depending on factors such as the type of denture (partial or full), the materials used, and any additional treatments or adjustments required.

Dental Implants: Dental implants are a permanent solution for replacing missing teeth. The cost of dental implants can vary depending on factors such as the number of implants needed, the materials used, and any additional procedures required, such as bone grafting or sinus lifts. While dental implants may have a higher upfront cost than other tooth replacement options, they offer superior longevity and durability.

Extractions: We understand that the prospect of undergoing a tooth extraction can be daunting, both medically and financially. The cost of tooth extractions can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the procedure, the location of the tooth, and any additional treatments or sedation options required.

Teeth whitening: Professional teeth whitening may seem more expensive compared to other options, but by utilising high-quality whitening agents and advanced techniques it will provide more effective and long-lasting results. While cheaper options may seem appealing, they often lack the expertise, quality materials, and safety measures provided by professional dental care. Additionally, during treatment we can address any underlying dental issues or concerns before whitening, ensuring optimal results and minimising the risk of sensitivity or damage to your teeth and gums.

Whichever service you need, you can rest assured that our experienced team will work closely with you to provide a detailed estimate of the costs involved and discuss any payment options or financing plans available to help make your dental treatment as affordable as possible.

Dental care without financial barriers

We understand that dental treatments can be a significant expense for many families, therefore we offer several payment options to make dental care more affordable and accessible.

Dental Insurance: We accept most major dental insurance plans and will work with your insurance provider to maximise your benefits and minimise your out-of-pocket costs.

Payment Plans: For patients without insurance or those needing extensive dental work, we offer flexible payment plans to help spread out the cost of treatment over time.

  • DPAS Essentials Plan – essential dental care for only £21.23 per month. For this monthly amount you will receive two check-ups, any necessary X-rays, and two hygiene appointments per year. Any restorative treatments will be paid at independent/private fee rates with a 10% discount.
  • DPAS Children’s Plan – this children’s dental plan provides the same coverage as the Essentials Plan for only £7.33 per month. All of our payment plans include accident trauma cover and 24-hour worldwide emergency cover.

At Townley House Dental Practice, we believe that everyone deserves access to high-quality dental care at an affordable price. Whether you are due for a routine check-up, need professional teeth whitening in the Peterborough area, or seek restorative treatments for missing teeth, we are here to help you achieve optimal oral health without breaking the bank. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and experience the difference we offer with our transparent pricing and exceptional dental care.

New Patient Evaluation
£79.00
New Patient Evaluation & X-ray
£117.50
Routine exam
£65
Child Exam
£30.00
0-3 years old
Free
4-12 years old
£35.00
12-15 years old
£45.00
16+
£65.00
Emergency Fee
£85.00
Small X-ray
£19.00
OPG
£75.00
CBCT scan
£196.35
Hygiene Visit 30 min
£115.00

Composite filling (tooth coloured)
Small
from £125.00
Medium
from £255.00
Large
from £320.00
Silver
from £110.00
Glass Ionimer
from £130.00
Anterior Composite Bonding (per tooth)
from £355.00

Crowns
Zirconia Crown
from £875.00
Porcelain
from £871.00
Gold
Price dependent on gold prices discuss with lab
Porcelain inlay/onlay
POA
Veneers
from £871.00

Root Canal Treatment
Incisors/Canines
from £449.00
Pre molar
from £509.00
Molar
from £709.00

Dentures
Partial Acrylic
from £800.00
Full single arch
from £855.00
Partial Chrome
from £945.00
Full upper and lower
from £1,480.00
Reline
from £190.00
Full single arch Chrome
from £1525.00
Mouthguards
from £155.00

Extractions
Child
from £99.00
Adult
from £155.00
Surgical
from £305.00
Pulp Extirpation
from £145.00
Temporary Filling
from £75.00
Recement Crown
from £95.00
Recement Bridge
from £109.00
Infected Socket
from £49.00

Teeth Whitening
from £500.00 plus ongoing treatments
1 box of 4 syringes
from £99.00
1 syringe
from £30.00

Implants
Implant Placement
from £1,809.00
Implant crown
from £1,535.00
Implants to retain Denture
from £1535.00
Full upper and Lower
from £1,200
Full Single arch
from £700
Partial Acrylic
from £600
Partial Chrome
from £780
Full single arch Chrome
from £1260
Partial
from £724.50
Full co/cr upper & lower denture
from £1,200
Reline
from £148.50
Implant assessment
Complimentary, excludes x-rays
Implant placement
from £1,500
Implant tooth/crown
from £1,295
Bone grafting
from £280
Implants to retain denture
from £1,010
Occlusal assessment
£65
Full occlusal analysis
£330
NTI splint
£290
Flat plane splint
£927
Upper removal appliance from
£295
Fixed appliances
POA
Invisalign
POA
Sports mouthguard
£100
Signing legal documents i.e.; passports
£25
Out of hours call out fee
£145
Juvéderm from
POA (subject to consultation)
Dermaroller for 2 treatments
£263
The following treatment may only be administered after a prescription if you have been deemed suitable for treatment after consultation with a dentist: Botox® from
£200
New Patient Evaluation
£71.50
Routine examination
£55
Child examination
£26.40
Emergency appointment
£75.90
Radiographs small
£17.60
Radiographs DPT
£51
OPG
£58
CBCT Scan
£196.35
Implant assessment
Complimentary, excluding x-rays & scans
Hygiene 30min appointment
£86.90
Silver fillings
from £88
Tooth coloured fillings
from £74
Composite fillings (Small)
from £111.10
Composite fillings (Medium)
from £229.90
Composite fillings (Large)
from £288.75
Glass ionomer
from £116.60
Anterior composite bonding per tooth
from £319
Incisors/canine
from £385
Premolars
from £440
Molars
from £605
Pressed Ceramic Crown
from £650
Porcelain Inlay/onlay
from £701
Veneers
from £771
Tooth coloured porcelain crowns
from £792
Child Extraction
from £75
Adult Extraction
from £115
Gold inlay bridge retainer
£602
Bridge retainer gold
£808
Bridge retainer porcelain
£600
Bridge pontic gold
£438
Bridge pontic precious metal
£562
Bridge pontic porcelain
£562
Adhesive bridge per unit
£283
Teeth Whitening
£390
Incisors/Canines
from £367.50
Pre molars
from £420
Molar
from £577.50
Gold crown
Price dependent on gold prices, please discuss with the lab
Porcelain crown
from £720
Porcelain bonded to metal crown
from £670
Pressed ceramic crown
from £650
Metal post
from £125
Clear/white post
from £147
Inlay/Onlay porcelain
from £668
Gold Inlay/Onlay
from £540
Three surface gold Inlay/Onlay
from £602
Veneers
from £600
Extractions
from £126
Surgical extraction from
£248.50
Periodontal surgery
POA