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Finance Options

Why not spread the cost of dental treatment with interest free credit –

Dental Finance ( provides a simple and affordable way to pay for all types of dental treatment with a range of 0% and low-interest funding options which allows you to spread the cost of your treatment over an agreed period that suits your pocket.

We can help you spread the costs
  • Interest Free Credit for treatment of £500 and above over 6 or 10 months. You simply pay for your treatment and nothing else. 0% finance is just that, pay no interest on the loan amount with no deposit required, your total treatment cost is simply divided over the number of months you wish to pay it off.
Processing an application is extremely simple and the approval process normally only takes a matter of minutes:
  • Discuss your treatment plan with your dentist and arrange a payment plan to suit you
  • Complete application
  • Sign the agreement
  • Start your treatment
  • The agreed monthly payment will be collected by direct debit.

Terms and conditions apply. Credit subject to status and available to UK residents aged 18 and over.

Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a credit broker (not a lender)

Our Dental Fees

The dental fees illustrated are an indication of the private fees we charge.  Following your examination with the dentist you will be given a treatment plan itemising all your treatment and the cost involved.

Clayhall Dental Care – Private Treatment Price List
Routine Examination £55
Small x-rays (Digital) each £12
Panoral x-ray (large) £55
Hygienist – including ultrasonic and hand scaling, cosmetic polishing and oral hygiene instruction. £75
Dentist Hygiene treatment £80
PERIODONTAL TREATMENT (per quadrant) from: £145
COMPOSITE (White Filling)
One surface £115
Two surfaces £155
Three surfaces £190
Three surfaces + £230
AMALGAM (Silver Filling)
One surface £115
Two surfaces £155
Three surfaces £190
Three surfaces + £230
EXTRACTIONS – price from: £115
Surgical Extractions – requiring bone removal from £180
Molar £540
Pre-molar £420
Incisor £335
Additional canal £180
Porcelain bonded £660
Full Gold Crown POA
Zirconia / Emax £740
Bonded / Nayyar Core £110
Direct Post and Core (Titanium/glass fribre) £130
Cast Post Core from £145
Re-cement crown £65
VENEERS (Porcelain, Empress/Procera) price from: £700
Composite Veneer £250
SmileFast composite veneers – price from: £350
Zirconium based, per unit £745
Fixed retainer/Pontic non-precious per unit £680
Re-cement bridge – price from: £90
Full upper and full lower £1320
Full upper OR full lower £745
Partial (Acrylic): 1 to 5 teeth £545
: 6 teeth plus £600
Chrome/Cobalt Denture – price as per acrylic plus additional per denture £770
Flexible (DURAFLEX) : 1 to 5 teeth £825
: 6 teeth plus £930
Addition/Repairs : Tooth from….. £105
: Clasp from ….. £145
: Cracked/broken from …. £60
Michigan / Tanner / Sci Splints £395
MOUTHGUARDS price from: £180
Home Bleaching (White Dental Beauty) £330
Bleach – per syringe £25
Re-make of bleaching tray – per tray £150
Consultation from … £65
Placement of implant, post and crown from… £2400
Invisalign Clincheck (Waived on treatment acceptance) £90
Invisalign Bronze Package £2595
Invisalign Silver Package £2995
Invisalign Gold Package £3295
Invisalign Vivera retainers (set of 3 dual arch) £500
INVISALIGN consultation! FREE

NHS Dentistry

At Clayhall Dental Care we are happy to accept new patients on the NHS.  Healthy gums, teeth and good oral hygiene are important and everyone should have access to good quality, NHS dental care.

It is important to understand, however, that there are differences between NHS dentistry and Private dental treatment. NHS is a health service with limited resources, not a cosmetic service.  Private dentistry offers a wider range of treatments, materials and advanced dental techniques and equipment.   Cosmetic dentistry such as white fillings, veneers and teeth whitening are not available on the NHS.

The choice between NHS and private dental treatment is yours but please ask your dentist to explain the differences in detail. This will allow you to make an informed decision and be happy with the choice you make.

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