Fees & Offers

Please click for details of Synergy Membership Plans and for our latest offers.

Finest “Private” Fees
Initial Assessment (Inc 5 small x-rays) £75.00
Six Monthly Examination £35.00
Hygiene Session (30 mins) £65.00
Synergy Clinic Members benefit from 10% discount on the following prices: Fees
Cosmetic Fillings From £112.00
Crowns From £500.00
Bridges From £550.00 per unit
Veneers From £550.00
Acrylic Dentures From £580.00
Chrome Dentures From £750.00
Implants From £2500.00
Cosmetic Orthodontic Appliances From £1950.00
Root Treatments From £300.00
Extractions From £110.00
Sports Mouthguards From £75.00
Tooth Whitening From £395.00
Bruxism Splints From £295.00
Facial Rejuvenation From £195.00

Actual fees are based on consultation and planning.

A ‘Treatment Plan Estimate’ is provided at an examination or consultation. If this needs to change during a course of treatment due to clinical or radiographic findings, you will be informed prior to treatment.

Interest free finance is available for treatments over £500 please click here for further information.

Implant fees are charged in stages.

Children of Plan Members under the age of 11 are seen free of charge for Examinations. Children over the age of 11 will be able to join a plan. For more information on the best option for your child’s dental care, please ask a member of our team. For further information on Practice Plan, please click here.

We accept all major credit cards (except American Express), debit cards or bankers drafts. We do not accept cheques.


Our Guarantee

We will guarantee all ‘FINEST’ private inlays, crowns, bridges, implant restorations and veneers for a 5 year period and all ‘STANDARD’ private inlays, crowns, bridges and implant restorations for a 3 year period. The exception is all-ceramic bridges, which we will guarantee for a 1 year period. This is providing the following terms are met:

The patient attends the Clinic for a minimum of two hygienist appointments in each subsequent year following completion of treatment and has adhered to the prescribed maintenance techniques (thorough oral hygiene practices and limited consumption of sugar, which causes dental caries).

No damage has occurred as a consequence of further dental treatment, undue care or trauma.

No balance remains outstanding on the patient’s account.

Failure is not the result of tooth decay.