Welcome to Perfect Smile
We understand that not everyone likes visiting the dentist, but at Perfect Smile, things are different.
We’re here to put you at ease. Providing high quality care dedicated to your individual needs.
Offering a professional and reliable service, our patients are at the centre of everything we do.
How can we help you?
Why Choose Us
At Perfect Smile, we’re driven to consistently provide high quality dental care to all our patients.
What makes us different is our commitment to providing award-winning care time and time again.
No matter which treatment you’re booked in for, we work with you to personalise it, allowing you to achieve an outstanding result with an impeccable standard of care.
With modern and safe practices and flexible opening times, our team of highly-skilled dental experts can help you take care of your smile.
NHS Dentistry Explained
Dentistry is one of the few NHS services where you must pay a contribution towards the cost of your care.
All treatments necessary to maintaining your oral health are available on the NHS. However, there are some treatments (mainly cosmetic dentistry) that aren’t available under the NHS, and you may choose to have these privately.
Treatment fees depend on the type of treatment. The NHS Band System is the best way to visualise the typical charges for various treatments.
Registering under the NHS is free at Perfect Smile and takes just minutes to do. Plus, we’re accepting new NHS patients at over 20 of our 27 practices.
For any further information regarding free NHS treatments and NHS eligibility, get in touch.
What you pay depends on the treatment you need to keep your mouth, teeth, and gums healthy.
You’ll only ever be asked to pay ONE charge for each complete course of treatment (must be completed within two months), even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it. Your treatment cost will fall under Band 1, 2 or 3.
- Clinical examination, assessment and report
- Orthodontic assessment and report
- Diagnoses and treatment planning
- Moulds of your teeth
- Taking photographs
- Advice on preventing future problems
- Applying sealants or fluoride preparations
- Scale and polish
- Marginal correction of fillings
- Taking cell and tissue samples
- Adjusting dentures or orthodontic appliances
- Treating sensitive cementum
Band 1 course of treatment
This covers an examination, diagnosis (including X-rays), advice on how to prevent future problems, a scale and polish if clinically needed, and preventative care such as the application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealant if appropriate.
- Non-surgical treatment of periodontitis
- Surgical treatment of periodontitis
- Gingival grafts
- Sealant restorations
- Root canal treatment (endodontics)
- Transplanting teeth
- Removing teeth
- Oral surgery – such as removing a cyst
- Soft tissue surgery to the mouth or lips
- Frenectomy, frenoplasty or frenotomy
- Relining and rebasing dentures
- Adding to your dentures
- Splinting loose teeth
- Bite-raising appliances
Band 2 course of treatment
- Veneers and palatal veneers
- Inlays, pinlays and onlays
- Orthodontic treatment and appliances such as braces
- Other custom-made appliances, not including sports guards
- Treatments such as veneers and braces are only available on the NHS if there’s a clinical need.
Band 3 course of treatment
Help with NHS Dental Health Costs
Under certain circumstances, you may be entitled to free NHS dental treatment.
You don’t have to pay for NHS dental treatment if you’re:
- Under 18, or under 19 and in full-time education
- Pregnant or have had a baby in the previous 12 months
- Being treated in an NHS hospital and your treatment is carried out by the hospital dentist (however, you may have to pay for dentures or bridges)
- Receiving low-income benefits, or you’re under 20 and a dependant of someone receiving low-income benefits
You’re also entitled to free NHS dental treatment if you or your spouse (including civil partner) receive:
- Income Support
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (Not Contribution Based)
- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (Not Contribution Based)
- Pension Credit (Not savings Credit)
- Universal Credit (in certain circumstances – No earnings or earnings within allowed limit)
You may also be entitled to reduced costs if you are named on an HC3 certificate that is valid during the course of your treatment.Contact Us