For persons having emergency dental issues, they can get both minor and major treatment on the NHS. In addition to a routine dental examination, there are primary categories of treatment that are provided to patients on the NHS. These include:
Does this mean the NHS offers limited treatments? No. Other treatments are also available on the NHS. However, it is noteworthy to mention that treatment is banded.
Personal information like name, date of birth, and contact details are needed to schedule your initial appointment with us. NHS free services for children below 18 years are offered here.
Your treatment type determines the price to pay.
Check out this primary NHS banding for oral treatment and their prices.
|Band 1||Diagnosis, checks, advice, X-rays, scale and polish, planning for current treatment||£22.70|
|Band 2||All band 1 treatment including root canal, tooth extraction, and filling||£62.10|
|Band 3||All band 1 and 2 treatments including advanced treatment such as dentures, bridges, and crowns||£269.30|