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NHS Dental Charge for clean & polish - MoneySavingExpert ...
NHS Dental Charge for clean & polish 15th Jan 09 at 2:11 PM
I have been going to a private dentist for quite a few years but have just changed to an NHS practice.
I had a check up last month and was told all was ok but that I should make an appointment with the hygienist for a clean/scale and polish.
I was charged £16.20 for the check up, which is correct as per NHS charges.
I had my...
New NHS Dental Charges From 1 April 2008 ...
New NHS Dental Charges From 1 April 2008 31st Mar 08 at 5:53 PM
Band 1 course of treatment - £16.20
This covers an examination, diagnosis (e.g. x-rays), advice on how to prevent future problems, and a scale and polish if needed.
Band 2 course of treatment - £44.60
This covers everything listed in Band 1 above, plus any further treatment such as fillings,...
Dental bridges on NHS? - MoneySavingExpert.com Forums
Dental bridges on NHS? 18th Jan 10 at 6:31 PM
I have always, through my own stupid fault, had crooked front teeth. Over the last few years they have seperated and spread apart, so I now that I am in more of a financial position to get them done on the NHS, I have to have them removed. I will be having an "immediate denture" for the 1st 3 months, then a permanent denture from then on. This would cost me 2 x £198. One for the extractions and temp dentures and another for the permanent ones.
I am 32 and dont really relish the thought of...
Dental Crown - Price? - MoneySavingExpert.com Forums
24th Jan 08, 12:38 PM
Just getting back aroudn to this...
I've heard that private dentists... although more expensive, do a better job with more expensive materials.
Is this true?
Also, there all all these dental places like, dental spa, smile clinic etc etc
Should I go to one of them or just a normal private dentist? I dont have a normal dentist.
Originally posted by peterc2609 "
With a private dentist, the thing you should get is a lot more time.
Even with the same materials, if you have half an hour set aside to do a filling, that filling is going to be better than that particular dentist could do in 10 mins.
If you go to a private dentist,...
NHS Dental Bridge? Charges? Help!! - MoneySavingExpert.com ...
29th Jan 14, 9:25 PM
NHS Dental Bridge? Charges? Help!! 29th Jan 14 at 9:25 PM
Good evening everyone,
Last week a crown i had put in, 4 years ago, snapped off and after a trip to the dentist i was told the rest of the tooth needed to be extracted which would leave a hole in between two side teeth. I then saw the dental administrator to be given options on the next procedure and was informed...
NHS Penalty Charge Notice received - MoneySavingExpert.com ...
NHS Penalty Charge Notice received 14th Mar 15 at 6:54 PM
I was recently unemployed and in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance. During this time I had an NHS dental checkup which normally cost £18.50. I told the dental practice I was in receipt of JSA and was told that I did not need to pay.
Now, several months later, I have received a letter stating that my claim...
Nhs dental charges penalty notice - MoneySavingExpert.com
12th Mar 16, 11:25 PM
Nhs dental charges penalty notice 12th Mar 16 at 11:25 PM
yesterday i received a nhs dental charge penalty notice,which was a hell of a shock,i can tell you.
I will quickly attempt to explain.
A couple of years ago,after many years on the sick with crippling depression and anxiety,i changed doctors,and found someone who could help me,i came off the...