We provide all aspects of NHS treatments as well as private and cosmetic treatments using high quality materials and first class technicians. All our surgeries are fitted with up to date modern equipment. We offer a wide range of treatments. We will ensure each patient receives treatment planning and advice to suit your individual needs. Each member of our clinical teams are trained to the British Dental Associations standards in cross infection procedures. This ensures the complete safety and care of each of our patients. If you have any questions about your own need for specific treatment please contact us.
Patient charges relate to a course of treatment rather than a fee per item basis. Our dentists will be happy to advise you on the cost of your treatment plan. From 1st April 2017, NHS dental charges are as follows:
Band 1 course of treatment: £20.60
This covers an examination, diagnosis, advice on how to prevent future problems, x-Rays and a simple scale and polish if clinically necessary.
Band 2 course of treatment: £56.30
This covers everything listed in Band 1, plus other treatment such as fillings, root canal work if it is necessary to maintain oral health and extractions of one or more teeth.
Band 3 course of treatment: £244.30
This includes everything listed in Bands 1 and 2, plus crowns, dentures or bridges that may be necessary to maintain oral health. We also offer individual oral healthcare advice
We offer cosmetic dental treatments that include veneers, inlays, white fillings and tooth whitening. In addition we have hygienists available for concentrated scale & polish and oral hygiene treatments.
We have close links with specialist clinicians at Resolution Specialist Treatment Centre should we need to refer a patient for orthodontic, implant, periodontic or endodontic treatment as well as minor oral surgery.
We offer emergency cover usually available on the day of contact for our patients from Monday to Friday. If the practice is closed please contact the Somerset Dental Advice line on 0300 1237691 or the NHS Direct Advice Line on 111.