Specialist Dental Centres plaque

The Consultants and Specialists at Warwick Lodge Dental Centre will carry out a thorough clinical and radiographic examination and whenever possible a diagnosis and treatment options will be discussed with you.

For complex cases, additional investigations may be required such as recording of impressions for diagnostic study models of the teeth and/or discussions with other Specialist colleagues and are charged for on a fee per item or hourly rate. Written estimates for costs and treatment alternatives are then supplied together with any appropriate reports to referring dentists.

An indication of treatment costs are given below as a guide. Treatment costs vary depending on the complexity of treatment and patient's preferred choices.

Initial Consultation, including intra-oral radiographs
Implants/Prosthodontics: £150
Periodontal: £150
Endodontic (one tooth): £100
Endodontic (multiple teeth): £130
Orthodontics: £120
Oral Surgery / Oral Medicine: £125

From £2,250 for implant placement and restoration

Full arch restoration from £16,000

Over dentures from £4,200


Simple from £550

Complex from £750

Periodontics: From £300 per hour

Children – 1 arch with fixed braces from £2,000

Upper and lower arch with fixed braces from £2,800

Adults - 1 arch with fixed braces from £2,000

Upper and lower arch with fixed braces from £3,500

Invisalign full treatment £4,500

Please note these prices depend upon the length and complexity of treatment and the type of brace used.

Crowns from £750

Inlays / Veneers from £750

Simple Dentures from £500

Complex Definitive Dentures from £1,500

Sedation: From £300 per hour
Hygiene Services:

£60 - ½ hour

£90 - ¾ hour

CBCT (3D) Dental Imaging including reporting: £200

This website was last updated Thursday, 21st May 2020


Warwick Lodge Dental Practice COVID-19

A message to our patients - Updated 29th May 2020

For several weeks, we have been busy planning to ensure that when we reopen our doors we do so in the safest possible way for our patients, colleagues and clinicians. Based on this and the UK government and CDO England announcements on the 28th May 2020, we are now preparing to reopen as soon as possible and hope to welcome our patients back into practice within the next few weeks. In the meantime, we remain available to take your call if you have any questions. Things are likely to be a little different when you return to practice and we have outlined what to expect here.

During this period of uncertainty, we understand that you may have concerns, questions or even a dental issue that you’re unsure whether it needs urgent attention or not. We want to allay any concerns and answer your questions, which is why we have developed some key information to help you and your families through this period of uncertainty. From general guidance on maintaining good oral health with effective brushing, to identifying a dental emergency, plus how we are dealing with cancellations, our articles section is here to answer your questions.

To reach our team please call 01702 582561.