If you have an infected tooth that needs pulling or suffering from overcrowding, we can make the procedure as fuss-free as possible with conscious sedation.
Tooth extraction cost breakdown (UK)
The cost of tooth extraction will depend on the number of teeth being removed, and if it can be carried out in the dental chair or with an oral surgeon.
What type of tooth extraction do you need?
A simple extraction costs £150 and will involve the dentist pulling an infected or overcrowded tooth chairside. Patients requiring complex extractions, perhaps for rotated teeth or overcrowding that might require surgery, can expect additional costs per tooth or a higher fee to cover the surgeon.
In tooth extraction cases to remove wisdom teeth, which involves a more complex removal and oftentimes intervention of a specialist, prices of £350 can be expected.
However, everything at the Perfect Smile Studios starts with a check-up, where we’ll see if there’s anything else we can do to save the tooth and provide you with a quote for extraction so you can be aware of the costs before proceeding.
Tooth extraction on the NHS
Tooth removal on the NHS is a Band 2 treatment, costing £70.70. Fees can increase in certain situations that are more complex and involve treatments like crowns, dentures and bridges. Band 3 treatments are £306.80. Extra charges might apply, like referral fees, banding charges and treatments taking more than two months.
The Perfect Smile Studios in Hertford is a private practice and sadly does not accept NHS patients. However, for £150, we can remove your tooth and book you an appointment the same day.