NHS fees are set by the Dental Practice Division.
Please visit Scottish Dental website for more up-to-date information, including latest fees.
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
- Receiving Income Support, Tax Credit, JSA, ESA, Universal Credit & Pension Credit
- Have the HC2 Form
Unless you are in one of the groups entitled to free NHS dental treatment or help with the cost you will require to pay 80% of the cost of your NHS dental treatment up to a maximum of £384 per course of treatment. Examples of costs for some types of NHS treatment are shown in the table below. Please note that NHS fee structure is complex and varies considerably from patient to patient depending on the treatment required.
|Two Small X-rays||£5|
|Scale & Polish||£11.40|
|Amalgam (silver) filing||£7.76 – £19.92|
|Root canal treatment (Not including radiographs and restoration)||from £41.96|
|Single Crown (Not including Post)||from £75.48|
|Simple extraction||from £13|
|Surgical Extraction||£19 – £48|
|Complete (upper and lower) denture||£157.60|