Austin Churm provides private dental services at 137 The Dental Practice.
He is committed to providing high quality dental care in a relaxed environment where patient’s needs are put first.
Access to a dental therapist is provided to help deliver specific high quality preventive care to try and avoid the need for dental treatment.
Monthly insurance plans are available from as little as £11 per month but are typically £25 to £35 to include all treatment costs except for dental laboratory bills. (Please note that to sign up for a plan you have to be deemed “dentally fit” and may have to have n initial course of treatment on a fee per item basis).
Monthly plan patients also benefit from worldwide insurance cover should there be any emergency dental treatment needed.
Emergencies are all seen within 24 hours Monday to Friday.
Early and late appointments available to make scheduling easier around work and other commitments.
Price list private treatment
- Examination from £38.50
- Radiographs from £10
- Hygienist visit (30 minutes) £44.20
- Fillings £60 to £135
- Crowns and Veneers £400 - £550
- Complete dentures £480 -£ 650
- Partial dentures acrylic £250 - £500
- Partial dentures metal framework £500 - £750
- Endodontic treatment £250-500
- Home bleaching trays £350
- In surgery whitening £350
We are currently accepting new patients at 137 The Dental Practice.
Please telephone or call in at the practice to arrange an appointment.
At your initial appointments dentist will issue you with a treatment plan and associated costs.
Some treatments such as cosmetic treatments like white crowns and fillings on back teeth, stain removal and whitening are not available on the NHS and a separate list of costs will be made available.
Includes examinations, assessments, x-rays and scaling and polishing.
Covers routine treatments such as fillings, extractions and root canal fillings.
Covers treatments such as crowns, bridges and dentures.
- Urgent Treatment £22.70
Any treatment necessary to relieve pain and prevent deterioration in oral health including treatments such as an extraction, prescription for antibiotics or a temporary filling.
Patients who are exempt from paying need to provide evidence of their exemption. If we do not see evidence we mark a box stating this and the patient signs a form. We have become aware of patients being issued with fines for incorrect claims and are not liable for incorrect information provided by patients. Please ask at the practice for further details.