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We are a fully private, individually owned and run dental clinic.  We have no NHS services.  David Mantle is the practice owner and one of the dentists at Smilecare.


Cost of Treatment

Dental Health Plan

We operate a monthly payment plan to help spread the cost of preventative care.  It allows you to budget for your routine check up and hygienist care and is between £20.40 and £39.72 per month, for more information please click here. If you would like chat to us about your needs please feel free toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us and speak to Charlotte, Jan or Rachel on 020 8994 2548. Alternatively if you would like to pay as you go please see our list of our fees below.

For full terms and conditions please see below our fee guide.

Fee Guide

New Patient Examination
Bite-wing screening x-rays (£15 per x-ray)
Periapical diagnostic x-rays for heavily restored teeth and periodontal care
£30 for two
£18 per x-ray

Existing Patient Examination
Child examination up to 11 years
Older Child and Teen examination from 12 years Extensive Patient

from £52

Extensive Assessment eg. for Implant assessment and complex restorations
CT-Scan e.g. for Implant assessment, or Root Canal Treatment
£250 to £450
£15 per bite-wing, £18 per periapical
£68 to £150
Hygienist (45mins)
Hygienist (30mins)
Hygienist (15 mins)
Fissure Sealants
Fluoride Varnish application
Crown or bridge re-cement
Implant crown re-rement
£200 to £256

Emergency diagnosis appointment
Emergency appointment to treat dental pain or a broken tooth

Click here for more emergency information


From £200*
From £313-£541*

*(plus x-ray if needed)


Extractions and Surgicals

From £200 -£680

Root Canal Treatment carried out by visiting Endodontic specialist Adi Moran

From £995 to £1395

Tooth Coloured Fillings

Composite onlay where a patient opts for a filling in place of a crown

From £200-£370


Implant Assessment
Implant including the Implant crown

All Implants are carried out by our Prosthodontic specialist Oliver Quinn

£250 to £450
From £4300


Crowns, Bridge and Veneers From £1425-£1600 per unit
Full or Partial Dentures From £1500 per unit
 Tooth Whitening for Home Use  £325 (2 arches)
Orthodontic retainers/Night Retainers £250 to £325
Michigan Splint for jaw problems
Night guard to protect teeth from grinding

From £225

Sports guards From £100-£195

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Solo. (Protected by TrustWave)

The Smilecare Dental Health Plan offers discounts on routine treatments of 15%.   Discounts exclude laboratory fees and Invisalign treatment. If treatment is recommended, our Smilecare Team (Charlotte, Jan or Rachel) will print out details of the treatment and the exact costs and go through where savings apply on the Smilecare Dental Health Plan.

If you are concerned about the costs of dental treatment or find the charges difficult to understand, please ask for an explanation, it is important to us that you understand every aspect of your care with us.


Smilecare Full Terms and Conditions

Appointments and Cancellation Notice

1.     We try to run on time and respectfully request that you arrive in good time for your appointment.  If you are late we may need to shorten your appointment time or rearrange so as not to run late for patients with appointments following yours.

  1. We require a minimum of 24 hours notice for cancellation of appointments less than 1 hour and more than 48 hours notice for cancellation of appointments over 1 hour, if a late cancelation is made in under the required time we may charge 50% of the appointment fee, where a very late cancellation is made, such as on the morning of the appointment, a 100% fee of the treatment cost for that appointment may be charged.
  2. Where an appointment is not met and no notice is given a 100% fee of the treatment cost for that appointment may be charged.
  3. We try to call patients to confirm appointments over half an hour.  This is a service to help remind patients of appointments, it is still the patient’s responsibility to remember and attend appointments.

Treatment Guarantees

  1. The following information will help you to see how long your work is guaranteed for.  Your dentist should explain to you prior to any treatment the different guarantees:        
    1. Fillings will be guaranteed by the dentist for 3 months after treatment.
    2. Crowns and Bridge work will be guaranteed by the dentist for re-cement, re-fit and caries developing for up to 12 months.  For breakages requiring the laboratory to remake the work, the laboratory guarantee their work for up to 12 months.  Zirconia crowns and bridge work will be guaranteed by the laboratory for 5 years, Please note that where the laboratory guarantee their work, if it is 6 months after the initial fit the dentist will need to charge for their time to refit the free laboratory work.
    3. Root Canal Treatment and Extensive Periodontal Care Treatment do not carry guarantees.  It must be explained by the dentist that if the treatment fails, the work may need to be re-done at an additional cost.  Should you require either of these treatments your dentist will discuss with you the likelihood of success in your case, and provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.  
    4. Extractions: following a tooth extraction, there are certain patients who will be at risk of a dry socket, which is where healing is impaired due to key factors such as smoking.  Where a dry socket needs treating after extraction this will be charged at the current emergency rate set out in the practice fees.

Fees and Payments

  1. Dental Fees: We aim to provide every patient with a detailed breakdown of their treatment costs as an estimate before booking an appointment as it is part of making an informed decision about any treatment.  You will be asked at the time of booking an appointment whether you have been given the necessary information about the cost of the treatment.
  2. For most large treatments we require a 50% deposit before booking any appointments.
  3. For patients on our Dental Health Plan, if they wish to cancel the plan, we will provide a summary of how much  they contributed in monthly payments and how many examinations and hygienist appointments they have had, if they have had more dental care than contributions we ask that they keep the direct debit going until this is settled.  If they are in credit then we keep this on their account indefinitely until they or their family member wants to use the fees for preventative care (which is either dental examination or hygiene care).  
  4. For patients paying by direct debit, if on two or more occasions the debit fails to be credited to Smilecare, then a fee of £10.00 may be charged for each subsequent failed direct debit transaction.
  5. On the rare occasion when an account is not settled with us, we will make every attempt to write and contact the patient with the outstanding account in writing, email and by telephone.  If this is unsuccessful we will add a 5% administration fee to the outstanding balance and require payment within 5 working days.  If no payment is received we will send the outstanding account to a debt collection agency, and the collection fee the debt company charge which is a minimum of 25% of the outstanding amount plus any county court judgement fees will also be charged to the patient’s outstanding account.  Please note once an outstanding balance is passed over to a debt collection agency we cannot cancel the additional 25% charge.



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