Every patient has different dental care needs. In order to provide a proper diagnosis of your condition, we would need to do a thorough examination with all the necessary x-rays.
Your treatment costs will depend on the condition of your teeth and gums, the treatment recommended and the options you choose.
The following are indicative private prices for some of the more common treatments.
You should consult one of our dentists for a more individualised costing.
Written estimates can be provided.
Med 2 forms can be provided to allow you to claim tax relief on eligible treatments from Revenue. Eligible treatments include root canal treatments, treatment of extensive gum disease, crown and bridge, orthodontic treatment (6 Month Smiles)and implants. Fees associated with treatment with our visiting Oral Surgeon are not included in the list below. Those fees would be agreed directly between the patient and the Oral Surgeon.
|Dental Health Check||€38||(FREE Annually for Medical Card holders and PRSI qualified)|
|Dental Health check including intra-oral x-rays||€62||(FREE Annually for Medical Card holders and PRSI qualified)|
|Panoramic Full Mouth x-ray||€50|
|Prescription||€38||(FREE for Medical Card holders)|
|Plaque Control including Oral Hygiene Instruction||€65||Performed by hygienist|
|Extensive Treatment of Gum Disease||€75- €400||Tax relief available|
|Amalgam Filling (depending on size)||€82 – €122||(2 fillings FREE per annum for Medical Card Holders)|
|White Filling (depending on size)||€87 – €132|
|Glass Ionomer Filling (depending on size)||€65 – €80|
|Extraction – routine (including necessary x-ray)||€80||(FREE for Medical Card holders)|
|Extraction – surgical (including necessary x-ray)||€100 – €120|
|Complete Upper and Lower Acrylic Dentures||€800||(FREE for Medical Card holders)|
|Partial Acrylic Denture||€370 – €490||(FREE for Medical Card holders)|
|Cobalt-Chrome Denture||€850 – €970|
|Root Canal Treatment (depending on tooth)||€320 – €490||Tax relief available|
|Crown (depending on type)||€580 – €750||Tax relief available|
|CEREC Empress crown||€580||Tax relief available|
|CEREC Emax crown||€680||Tax relief available|
|Post and core||€180||Tax relief available|
|Implant Supported Crown||€900 – €1200||Tax relief available|
|Sedation||€90 – €180||Subject to assessment|
|6 Month Smiles Orthodontics – 1 Arch*||€2200||Tax relief available|
|6 Month Smiles Orthodontics – 2 Arches*||€2800||Tax relief available|
*6 Month Smiles treatment includes a free post-treatment hygienist visit and a free starter tooth whitening package. As over 80% of people have some State cover, you should enquire from reception about the arrangements in place for PRSI and Medical Card holders. We accept payment in cash, cheques or by credit card. We also accept New Ross Chamber of Commerce vouchers.
Terms & Conditions
We ask that payments are made for each appointment as they are completed. We accept cash, laser cards and credit cards. A receipt is always issued at the end of each treatment session. We are unable to accept cheques. We may require a deposit for some treatment items but this will be explained if it applies to your treatment plan.
We would ask for at least 24 hours notice if you have to cancel your appointment. This gives us the opportunity to offer the appointment to someone else.
Regretably, patients who continually fail to attend their appointments or cancel at the last minute will be liable to pay a ‘failure to attend’ fee. This must be settled prior to a new appointment being arranged otherwise no further appointments can be made.
Department of Social Welfare Fees
We also accept patients under the PPS (PRSI) scheme- this entitles qualified persons to one dental health check per year. Please provide us with your PPS number in advance of your appointment, so that we can check your entitlements with the Department of Social Welfare.
We are currently accepting patients for dental treatment who are holders of full current valid Medical Cards. Please provide us with your medical card number and expiry date when making your appointment and bring your card with you at every visit. Unfortunately, the GP only medical card does not currently cover any dental treatment.
A number of non routine dental treatments such as crowns, bridgework and endodontics [root canal treatment] qualify for tax relief. This means you can offset the full cost of the treatment against your income tax liability. This is done by filling in a MED2 form which we can provide. .