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List of dental treatments by band

All the treatment your dentist believes is clinically necessary to achieve and maintain good oral health is available on the NHS. This means that the NHS provides any treatment you need to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy. It does not include treatments that you might want for cosmetic reasons but that are not clinically necessary.

The following list of dental treatments is therefore not a comprehensive list of treatments that all patients are entitled to under NHS services provision.


For each individual course of treatment, a dentist will indicate the treatment options that are clinically appropriate for your circumstances and based on specific clinical judgement each time.


Band 1 course of treatment: £25.80

  • clinical examination, case assessment and report

  • orthodontic case assessment and report

  • advice, dental charting, diagnosis and treatment planning

  • radiographic examination and radiological report

  • study casts

  • colour photographs

  • instruction in the prevention of dental and oral disease, including dietary advice and dental hygiene instruction

  • surface application as primary preventive measures of sealants and topical fluoride preparations

  • scaling, polishing and marginal correction of fillings

  • taking material for pathological examination

  • adjustments to, and easing of, dentures or orthodontic appliances

  • treatment of sensitive cementum


Band 2 course of treatment: £70.70

  • non-surgical periodontal treatment (gum disease treatment), including root planing, deep scaling, irrigation of periodontal pockets and subgingival curettage and all necessary scaling and polishing

  • surgical periodontal treatment, including gingivectomy, gingivoplasty or removal of an operculum, raising and replacement of a mucoperiosteal flap, curettage, root planing and bone resection

  • free gingival grafts

  • permanent fillings in amalgam, composite resin, synthetic resin, glass ionomer, compomers, silicate or silico-phosphate, including acid etch retention

  • sealant restorations

  • endodontic treatments (root canal treatment) of permanent or retained deciduous teeth, pulpotomy and apicoectomy

  • extraction of teeth

  • transplantation of teeth

  • oral surgery including surgical removal of cyst, buried root, unerupted tooth, impacted tooth or exostosed tooth and alveolectomy

  • soft tissue surgery in relation to the buccal cavity and lips

  • frenectomy, frenuloplasty, frenotomy

  • relining and rebasing dentures including soft linings

  • addition of tooth, clasp, labial or buccal flange to dentures

  • splints (other than laboratory-made splints) in relation to periodontally compromised teeth and in connection with external trauma

  • bite-raising appliances (other than laboratory made appliances)


Band 3 course of treatment: £306.80

  • laboratory-made porcelain or composite veneers, including acid etch retention

  • inlays, pinlays, onlays and palatal veneers, in alloys containing 60% or more fine gold, porcelain, composite resin and ceramics

Crowns including any pin or post aids to retention:

  • full or three-quarter crown cast in alloys containing not less than 33⅓% fine gold or platinum or palladium

  • full or jacket crown cast in alloys containing stainless steel or cobalt chromium or nickel chromium

  • crown in porcelain, synthetic resin and other non-metallic crowns

  • full or jacket crowns in alloys containing not less than 33⅓% fine gold or platinum or palladium, or alloys containing stainless steel or cobalt chromium or nickel chromium, with thermally bonded porcelain

  • jacket crown thermally bonded to wrought platinum coping

  • prefabricated full or jacket crown, including any pin or post retention

Bridges including any pin or post aids to retention:

  • bridges in alloys containing 60% or more fine gold with or without thermally bonded facings

  • bridges cast in alloys containing stainless steel, cobalt chromium or nickel chromium, with or without thermally bonded facings

  • acid etch retained bridges

  • bridges in other materials

  • provision of full (completed) or partial dentures, overdentures and obturators in synthetic resin or metal or both synthetic resin and metal, including any cast or wrought metal components or aids to retention

  • orthodontic treatment and appliances

  • other custom-made applications excluding sports guards

Currently we are unable to accept or register new NHS Patients, To go to our waiting list, please fill the enquiry for, we will be in touch with you. 

Alternatively you can avail our private services

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