Per tooth from £800 Smile Design cases will be quoted on an individual basis
Per unit Porcelain fused £585
All ceramic £700
Full Denture per denture (plastic) £1200
Chrome Dentures per denture £1000
Nightguard (anti-grinding) £100
Intra Venous Sedation
Per sedation £275
Home Whitening £295
Power (Zoom) Whitening £450
Implant and Crown from £2,500
Emergency Call Out Fee
Out of hours Call Out Fee £200
Please note that the above price list is a guide for routine work. Please ask your dentist for a quote for other treatments. Complex treatments that may require more treatment planning and more complex lab work will be charged accordingly.
Please ask your dentist to give you a quote for your work. Please also note that certain treatments may have to change from the original treatment plan as the treatment progresses, and the costs incurred will therefore change also. Patients are advised to give 48 hours notice for cancellation of appointments. A charge will be made for late cancellations and failed appointments.
Nork Way Dental Treatments
Bridges are usually made of a precious metal. If the bridge will show, porcelain is then bonded to the base. Sometimes, there are other non-precious metals used in the base for strength.
Deep pits and grooves can be found on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. Such pits and grooves are termed ‘fissures’ and are usually so narrow that toothbrush bristles and streams of water are not able to clean them effectively.
We offer a range of anti-ageing and facial aesthetics treatments including dermal fillers such as Restylane and Hydrafil which work very well in conjunction with Botox (Vistabel); most of our practitioners at Nork Way Dental Practice perform these treatments. Please speak to one of our team for more information.
This product allows Nork Way Dental Practice to make same day porcelain restorations, so there is no need to take a mould of the patients mouth and send to a dental technician and no need for a second fit appointment.
IV sedation is when a sedative is injected directly into a vein. If you are
nervous about having dental treatment or you are having a procedure
which may cause discomfort, intravenous (IV) sedation is an effective and