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NHS Services

At Quadrant Dental Practice, we are proud to offer a range of dental services to both NHS and private patients. Our team of experienced and friendly dental professionals are dedicated to providing high-quality care in a comfortable and welcoming environment.

Whether you are in need of a routine check-up, a filling, or more complex treatment, we are here to provide the care and support you need. Contact us today to book an appointment or learn more about our NHS services.

Dental Services at Quadrant for NHS and Private Patients

At Quadrant Dental Practice, we welcome both NHS and Private Patients for various treatments. Some of the most common treatments that we offer are listed below for your convenience.

To make an appointment or to cancel one, patients can call our practice at 01292 268880, or send us an email at info@quadrantdentalpractice.co.uk. We kindly request that patients give us at least 24 hours’ notice if they are unable to attend their appointment to avoid any potential charges.

If you have a dental emergency that involves severe pain or swelling, and is restricting swallowing or extending to the eye, or post-extraction bleeding, please contact us as soon as possible. We will offer you an appointment within 24 hours. For emergencies that occur outside our normal surgery hours, our answering service will provide you with full instructions on how to reach an emergency dentist.

Please note that the cost of NHS treatments can vary from patient to patient depending on the treatment required. The NHS fee structure is complex, and the fees may be reviewed at any time. The table below provides some examples of the costs to patients for certain types of NHS treatments.

Treatment

Price

Examination
No Charge
Two Small X-Rays
£4.76
Simple Gum Treatment (scale & polish)
£10.88
Small amalgam (silver) filing
£7.40
Large amalgam (silver) filing
£19.00
Root canal treatment (front tooth)
£40.00 – £83.72
Single crown – Non precious
£98.48
Simple extraction
£12.40
Complete (upper and lower) dentures
£150.28

You can get free dental treatment if you:-

  • Are under 18 years old
  • Are aged 18 and in full-time education
  • Are pregnant or are a nursing mother
  • Are named on a NHS exemption certificate
  • In receipt of income support, Job-seekers Allowance or Pension Credit

Unless you are in one of the groups entitled to free NHS dental treatment, you will be required to pay 80% of the cost of your NHS dental treatment up to a maximum of £384 per course of treatment.

Estimates of cost of treatment will be given at dental appointment.