NHS Dentist
NHS Dentist

NHS Dentist in Croydon with Smile4u

NHS dentistry covers all types of treatment both minor and major for those people with urgent dental problems. As well as regular dental check ups the main categories of treatment that are offered to NHS patients are:

The NHS can offer other treatments as well.

Treatments are banded.

The role of an NHS dentist will be to examine the teeth and gums and arrive at a diagnosis.  He will do this by:

  • Carrying out an initial consultation before deciding on a course of treatment.
  • Offer comprehensive information on NHS payment banding
  • Complete all tasks necessary to restore and maintain the health of the mouth, teeth and gums.

How to schedule your appointment with one of our NHS dentists:

When you book with Smile4U NHS dental services, we will take details like your name, date of birth and your contact details before we make your first appointment. Your Smile4U dentist will always do the very best to ensure you get the very best possible result. We are proud to be a child-friendly offering free NHS services to children under the age of 18.

What you pay will depend on the treatment that you have. Here is the basic NHS banding for dental treatment. Some people may be exempt from treatment and if that is true in your case, let our reception staff know.

NHS dental charges:

Band 1 covers diagnosis, examination and advice. X-rays, if necessary and a scale and polish and any planning for ongoing treatment. £22.70
Band 2 covers treatments included by Band 1 along with procedures like fillings, root canal, and tooth extractions. £62.10
Band 3 includes all the treatments in Bands 1 and 2 with other more complex treatments such as bridges, crowns and dentures. £269.30

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