Lerwick Dental Practice - Everyone's Dentist

01595 690265

01595 918030

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Fee Guide

Please note these prices are just guidelines and may vary. Do not hesitate to ask your dentist about fees prior your treatment.

NHS Treatment

If you are 26 years old and over you are liable to pay NHS fees, unless you are exempt.  If the charge is Above £400 your dentist will need to apply for "Prior Approval" to undertake treatment. You will be given a treatment plan by your dentist.

Private Treatment

We offer a full range of private treatments with a premium placed on time and the quality of materials used to achieve outstanding functional and aesthetic results.

NHS Price list  
Dental Examination  Free
Scaling and Polishing  £12.36 - £30.04 
Complex scale (Perio) £29.16
Fillings  £8.44 - £19.90 
Root Canal Treatment (RCT)  £45.52 - £95.28 
Extraction  From £14.12 
Crown  £91.44 - £119.84 
Dentures  £97.16 - £106.72
Examination with X-ray x 2  £5.44
Nightguard  £81.92
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Private Price List  
Dental Examination  £50
Scaling and Polishing  From £60
Air polishing  £80
Fillings  £120.00 - £190.00
Root Canal Treatment (RCT)  From £600.00
Extraction  From £150.00
Crown  £350.00 - £600.00
Bridges  £350.00 - £600.00 (each unit)
Teeth Straightening From £2,500.00
Dentures  From £500.00
Teeth Whitening From £300.00
Oral X-ray £10.00
Nightguard  From £150.00
Composite Veneers  From £200.00 
Porcelain Veneers From £350.00
Implant From £2500.00
Offshore Certificate  £50 + £15 
   
Botox  
1 Area £225.00
2 Areas  £275.00
3 Areas £325.00
 

Denplan - Dental Plan

Denplan is a monthly payment plan for dental care, for £18 per month, we will guarantee you will be seen every 6 months. You get 2 examinations, 2 scale and polishes, and 2 x-rays per year. You also get 10% off the cost of further private treatment (excluding, bridges, implants, ortho, and Facial aesthetics). You also will be covered for emergency care if you are away on holiday or off island. This plan is designed to spread the cost of treatments to make looking after your dental health easy and affordable.
 
Please call us to register for this service

Finance offered - 0% finance options offered

At the practice we can provide access to interest-free finance options that allow you to spread the cost of treatment over six, ten or 12 months, making it more affordable. 
  1. Makes Treatment more affordable - by allowing you to spread the cost, you can opt to have the treatment you want when you want
  2. Greater choice of treatments - by making treatments more affordable, you can access a wider range of treatments and choose the one perfect for you
  3. Payments terms to suit you - with 3 interest-free options available. for 6, 10, or 12 months, you can choose the one best suited to your circumstances 
  4. No Upfront deposit option- with the choice to opt for no initial financial outlay, you can avoid dipping into your savings or having to find a lump sum at the start of your treatment 
Please call the practice to find out more or pick up an information leaflet when you are in.  Finance options are offered by an independent company and are subject to status
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Please Note; The following benefits, on their own, do not entitle you to help with health costs: Incapacity Benefit, Disability Living Allowance, Pension Credit Savings Credit, and Contribution-based Jobseeker’s Allowance. And in order for us to complete treatment evidence of any benefits MUST be seen.

A detailed list of NHS prices can be found in the 2014-15 Statement of Standard Dental Renumeration

Exemptions

You can get free NHS dental treatment if you are:

  • Aged under 26
  • Pregnant
  • A nursing mother with a child under 12 months
  • You are getting Income Support
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance 
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (incapacity Benefit
  • You are entitled to, or named on, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
  • You are named on a valid HC2 certificate issued under the terms of the NHS Low Income Scheme

    If you are not in any of these groups, but have a low income, you may still be able to get help with NHS charges.