This information is provided by the Oral Health Promotion Team.
Dentistry is one of the few NHS services where you have to pay a contribution towards the cost of your care. NHS patient charges will increase by 5% on Monday 14th December 2020.
You can find out who is entitled to free NHS dental treatment in England here who is entitled to free NHS dental treatment in England
The new charges are as follows:
Band 1 £23.80 (an increase of £1.10)
Band 2 £65.20 (an increase of £3.10)
Band 3 £282.80 (an increase of £13.50)
The new fees mean:
- A routine check up will increase by £1.10. This means it will rise from £22.70 to £23.80
- Treatments including root canals and extractions will increase by £3.10 – from £62.10 to £65.20
- Additionally, procedures such as crowns, bridges and dentures will rise by £13.50, from £269.30 to £282.80