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Urgent Patient News


Due to current pandemic situation, to reduce spread of COVID-19, we have taken guidance from the government and chief of dentistry to CLOSE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE & cancel all appointments up to Mid May 2020.

Currently we will provide Emergency Advice via email -Please email admin@broughtondental.com and we will contact you within 24 hours.

This is not a decision we have taken lightly but we feel it is our responsibility to protect you, our valued patients, our team and our families. We will review this daily and thank everyone for their co-operation.


NHS TREATMENTS

 *All children under the age of 16 can register and be seen for free, if registering with an adult who is registered as non nhs patient. 


£20.60

Band 1

Course of Treatment

  • examination
  • diagnosis (e.g. x-rays)
  • advice on how to
    prevent future problems
  • a scale and polish
    if needed
  • application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealant

£56.30

Band 2

Course of Treatment

  • Covers everything listed in Band 1
  • Plus any further treatment such as fillings
  • Root canal work or taking out one or more of your teeth if needed

£244.30

Band 3

Course of Treatment

  • Covers everything listed in Bands 1 and 2>
  • Plus crowns, dentures and bridges

TESTIMONIALS

YOUR TREATMENT COSTS EXPLAINED

The charge you pay depends on the treatment you need to keep your teeth and gums healthy. All charges apply to an overall course of treatment, and not the individual items within the course of treatment. You will only have to pay one charge for each course of treatment – even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it. If you need more treatment within the same charge band (for example, an additional filling) within two months of completing a course of treatment, you do not have to pay anything extra.

You do not have to pay to have your dentures repaired, for having stitches out, or if your dentist has to stop blood loss. Neither do you have to pay if your dentist only needs to write out a prescription. (But if you pay for your prescriptions, you will pay the usual charge when you collect your medicine from your pharmacist). You may need to pay all, or some, of your treatment costs before you start a course of treatment. Always ask the practice for a receipt.Some people may be able to receive free dental treatments, such as patients under 18 years of age, expectant and nursing mothers, or people on particular benefits. Other people may be able to apply for help to cover the costs of NHS dental treatments, such as students. This information is not exhaustive so why not drop into Broughton Dental Practice or call us for more information.

OUR POPULAR TREATMENTS

If you need any further information or to ask a question please send us a message and we will be happy to get in touch with you.

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